Flint Dollar at the organ of a Milledgeville church where he plays during Sunday worship. Dollar taught music and was the band leader at Mount de Sales Academy in Macon until recently. Openly gay, Dollar says he was dismissed from his job because of his plans to marry his partner of six years in July.
Flint Dollar at the organ of a Milledgeville church where he plays during Sunday worship. Dollar taught music and was the band leader at Mount de Sales Academy in Macon until recently. Openly gay, Dollar says he was dismissed from his job because of his plans to marry his partner of six years in July. Telegraph file photo
Flint Dollar at the organ of a Milledgeville church where he plays during Sunday worship. Dollar taught music and was the band leader at Mount de Sales Academy in Macon until recently. Openly gay, Dollar says he was dismissed from his job because of his plans to marry his partner of six years in July. Telegraph file photo

Mount de Sales, fired gay band director settle discrimination lawsuit

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