Rachel Dolezal Won’t Stop Talking


This woman ehn?! So Rachel Dolezal ‘blacked’ up for years and wore an afro wig, and I guess she thought that made her black.

She got caught for her shenanigans when her oyinbo parents outed her as white, and she was fired made to resign from her position as the President of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People) chapter in Spokane, Washington, as well as losing her job as an African Studies professor at the Eastern Washington University over the controversy because…Montana-born W.A.S.P.

Has she kept quiet and slowly slunk away though? Has she, heck. Now, Rachel Dolezal says that although she no longer identifies as African-American, she IS “black” and has a connection with and awareness of the black experience. My arse.

In an interview with Vanity Fair, she says “I wouldn’t say I’m African-American, but I would say I’m black, and there’s a difference in those terms,” she told the magazine. “I didn’t deceive anybody. If people feel misled or deceived, then sorry that they feel that way, but I believe that’s more due to their definition and construct of race in their own minds than it is to my integrity or honesty.”

Ms Dolezal claims she recently received a traffic ticket from a police officer who identified her as black on the ticket without asking for her ethnicity.

But she defends her choice to identify as black by insisting the theme of “blackness” is an imprecise definition when applied to the African-American experience and to cultural identity.

“It’s hard to collapse it all into just a single statement about what is,” she says. “You can’t just say in one sentence what is blackness or what is black culture or what makes you who you are.

“I don’t know spiritually and metaphysically how this goes, but I do know that from my earliest memories I have awareness and connection with the black experience, and that’s never left me.

“It’s not something that I can put on and take off any more. I’ve had my years of confusion and wondering who I really [was] and why and how do I live my life and make sense of it all.

“But I’m not confused about that any longer. I think the world might be, but I’m not.”

She talked about losing her jobs and the financial strain she’s now under as she braids hair for money in order to eke out a living.

“I’ve got to figure it out before August 1, because my last pay-cheque was like $1,800 in June,” she said. “[I lost] friends and the jobs and the work and, oh, my God, so much at the same time.”
My professional psychological evaluation, of course, is that this one is as mad as a box of frogs. The video below shows her parents stating that she is dreaming up childhood experiences that simply did not happen. Just delusional.



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