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In this Best of edition of Dayton Youth Radio, we observe Black History Month with a story that originally aired in 2017. It's about the baggage that comes from going to private school, being middle class, well educated and a person of color. Transcript: Taylor Felder: My name is Taylor Felder. I'm 17 years old. I'm African-American, and I go to the Miami Valley School. I play soccer run track and I'm a part of my school's a capella group. Marc Williams: I'm Marc Williams. I'm 16 years old. I'm also African-American. I used to go to Rosa Parks Elementary School, which was a Dayton public school. I moved to Miami Valley after my fourth grade year because my parents wanted me at the school that challenged me more academically. TF: And we're here to talk about oreos. MW: Not a snack. TF: An oreo is a person who is Black on the outside, but acts white. Some examples would be the character Hillary from Fresh Prince of Bel Air. MW: Barack Obama, TF: Junior from Black-ish MW: It's like when


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