http://www.democracynow.org - A group of Georgia high school students are making history by challenging the segregation of their high school prom. Thanks to their efforts and the support of groups like the NAACP, Wilcox County High will hold its first ever integrated prom this Saturday, nearly 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education desegregated the nation's school system. In the past, the proms have been organized by private groups, and parents behind the "white prom" have refused to let African-American students attend. Local officials say the segregated prom has continued because it is organized privately, out of the school district's control. News of the case spread quickly over social media, fueling support and donations for an integrated prom from as far away as Australia and South Korea. We speak with two of the students who are helping to organize the integrated prom: Mareshia Rucker and Brandon Davis. We also speak to Mareshia's mother, Toni Rucker, who encouraged her daughter's efforts. In addition, we air an excerpt from a recent interview with Carlotta Walls LaNier, who was 14-years old when she became one of the "Little Rock Nine" who integrated Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas in 1957.