Rachel Dolezal identified as black, and when her “deception” was revealed, she was pilloried as poseur, forced to resign her NAACP post in disgrace.
Rachel Dolezal identified as black, and when her “deception” was revealed, she was pilloried as poseur, forced to resign her NAACP post in disgrace. Anthony Quintano AP
Rachel Dolezal identified as black, and when her “deception” was revealed, she was pilloried as poseur, forced to resign her NAACP post in disgrace. Anthony Quintano AP

HB2 and its Pandora’s box: I identify as black and 40. That’s OK, right?

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