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Teen dresses as thief for culture day because 'white people steal everyone's culture'

Last week, students at Springbrook High School dressed up for cultural day. Josh Welch, a senior at the school in Maryland, wore only a black tee and sweatpants. He said he wanted to make a bold statement about cultural appropriation as a white person. "Dressed like a thief for culture day bc white people steal everyone else's culture," he wrote on Twitter He told BuzzFeed News he wanted to come to school and participate in grassroots activism.
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