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Proms have traditionally been a night of glamour and romance, complete with backstage drama over dates and dresses.Some teens now see prom as an opportunity to be inclusive rather than exclusive.One student group organized a prom for senior citizens.A museum now displays a prom dress worn by a student who spearheaded a racially integrated prom.This March 28, 2015 photo provided by Kathty Lovetere shows Kaitlin McCarthy and Matty Marcone, students at Canton High School in Canton, Mass., at the school's junior prom.Matty and Kaitlin ended up being crowned prom king and queen.Last fall, Mareshia Rucker's red sparkly prom dress went on display at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. She wore the dress in 2013 to a racially integrated prom that she and other teenagers from Wilcox County High School in Rochelle, Georgia, organized. Until then, segregated proms had been arranged by families in the community. When Rahul Peravali was a student at Houston High School in Germantown, Tennessee, he participated in a prom that brought students and senior citizens together.
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