Rachel Dolezal is dragging her 15 minutes of fame into 2017. In her new memoir, “In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World,” Dolezal says that she continues to identify as a black woman.
While promoting her memoir, she told NBCBLK:
If I was allowed a more complex term, I would say I’m pan-African, pro-Black, bisexual, mother, activist, artist, you know that’s like too long. So trans-Black is quicker.
Girl, hang it up. If you want to be involved in things happening in the black community, that’s great, but don’t continue to lie about your race. Be proud of who you are.
Take a look at the full interview here.
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