Rachel Dolezal: The World May Be Confused About Who I Am, But I'm Not...

The civil rights activist who resigned from the NAACP after her biological parents claimed she had been misrepresenting herself as a black woman when her heritage is white has defiantly insisted: “I wouldn’t say I’m African American, but I would say I’m black.” “There’s a difference in those terms,” Rachel Dolezal told Vanity Fair in an interview published on Sunday. “It’s not a costume.” Dolezal did not retreat from her identification as a black woman despite the words and evidence of her estranged parents, who in June accused their daughter of misrepresenting herself for years.



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