The Georgia school principal who made a racial comment during a graduation ceremony has been relieved of her position.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, the TNT Academy in Stone Mountain, Georgia, was wrapping up its graduation ceremony when school principal and founder Nancy Gordeuk realized she forgot to have the valedictorian speak. But she had already dismissed the attendees when she realized her error. Gordeuk tried to get the people to return to their seats, but a lot were already exiting. That’s when she made the comment that has put her in hot water.

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