Did You See The Rachel Dolezal Interview?

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Rachel Dolezal The head of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, has been walking around here portraying to be a black woman y’all!

Yes!  that’s right a white women has been pretending to be a black women got herself a job at a NAACP and has been doing it for years!

Look at all the pictures below, this lady may need to lay on somebody couch…. There is one thing to dress and act like your black , but there is a whole something else to portray a black women when your parents are white and for this amount of time!

She has black kids and a black man, what is going on in these street?Rahcel with her ex-husband on their wedding day in 2000.

What is your take on it?

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Reporter: Did your dad ever make to Spokane in January for the [NAACP] ribbon cutting?

Dolezal: No. Unfortunately, he has lung cancer and was not able to cleared for surgery yet.

Reporter: I’m sure he would’ve been very proud of you.

*pulls out photo*

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Reporter: Is that your dad?

Dolezal: Yeah. That’s my dad.

Reporter: This man right here is your father? Right there?

Dolezal: You have a question about that?

Reporter: Yes ma’am. I was wondering if your dad really is an African-American man.

Dolezal: I don’t know what you’re implying.

Reporter: Are you African-American?

Dolezal: I don’t understand the question. I did tell you, ‘yes that’s my dad.’ And he wasn’t able to come in January.

Reporter: Are your parents…are they white?

Dolezal: *walks off*

Oprah confused
Her parents, Ruthanne and Larry Dolezal,the ones her put her on blast, who are both white and, live in the Troy/Libby area in Montana, told The Press their daughter is not African-American. They backed up the claim with a copy of their daughter’s birth certificate and photos. The images show a younger, pale, blonde-haired, blue-eyed Dolezal who looks much different than the woman with caramel-colored skin now leading the Spokane NAACP and helping review claims of police misconduct in that city.

The mayor and City Council president say an inquiry is underway into whether she violated city polices when she listed herself as white, black and American Indian on her board application.