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Brianna Mason made history on Saturday night by becoming the first African American woman to be crowned Miss Tennessee in the pageant’s eight-decade history.
Mason, a 23-year-old first grade teacher from Greene County, will now represent the state at the Miss America Scholarship Competition later this year.
The article goes on to state the following:
She will also receive a $15,000 scholarship, local news outlet WATE reported.
WATCH: Last night, Brianna Mason was crowned Miss Tennessee. The Nashville native and Murfreesboro teacher is the first ever African American woman to hold the title. (Courtesy: WATE) https://t.co/auFAYUNxfs pic.twitter.com/WPqaonbItr
— WKRN (@WKRN) June 30, 2019
Brianna Mason is our new Miss Tennessee. Graduate of Ravenwood High School, and daughter of Dr. Mason, RHS Assistant Principal. My goodness! Aren’t we proud and happy for her!
— Ravenwood HS (@wcsRHS) June 30, 2019
— Andrew Mason (@andrewmason_16) June 30, 2019
— Greg Funderburg (@gfunderburgNC9) June 30, 2019
— ABC 7 News – WJLA (@ABC7News) July 1, 2019
— Amanda Hara (@AmandaHara) June 30, 2019
— Brianna Paciorka (@bpaciorka) June 30, 2019
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