"We deeply regret not having caught the act of bigotry and vandalism before the yearbook was printed," school administrators said.
Discovered at a garage sale, the yearbook was for the class of 1964 at Staples High School, in Westport, Connecticut.
The yearbook had stickers that portrayed the culture of 2020-2021, and included two stickers attributed to the "Black Lives Matter" movement and George Floyd's death.
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The new photo that the student submitted still has the American flag displayed prominently.
The two incidents involved young students making racially offensive gestures and a teenager posing in a picture with Martin Luther King.
Collins Hill High School's principal says the school will be investigating an "inappropriate and racist" photo printed in the yearbook before taking "appropriate action with those involved."
Oak Park and River Forest High School will replace all 1,750 copies of the book over 'OK' gesture seen in photos "regardless of intent."
The yearbook was published in 1968 and lists State Senator Tommy Norment as its managing editor, according to The Virginian-Pilot.
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The school chalked it up to an oversight issue.
A transgender Louisiana high school student who claimed her yearbook photos were pulled and she was barred from graduation for appearing "too feminine" was granted permission by the school district to have the pictures published.
"To a sweeter, more beautiful girl I could not say, 'Merry Christmas,'" he wrote.