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Rachel Anne Dolezal is well known for identifying herself as a black woman despite her having European ancestry and having no roots in Africa. She is the former college instructor and former National Association for The Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP) president. She also changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo. Dolezal released a memoir in 2017 on her racial identity titled, ‘ in full color finding my place in a black and white world.
Here is a short summary of Rachel Dolezal's career:
Dolezal collaborated with the children to do five works for the rights of the child education institute. She did this while she was working as a teacher at School Indigo in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, in 2007. Dolezal was accused of plagiarism in June 2015 by Priscilla Frank for a painting titled the shape of our kind. The painting was alleged to be identical to The Slave Ship, which was painted by J.M.W. Turner in 1840 work. She was accused of plagiarism for not crediting Turner.
Family and Personal Life
Dolezal got married in 2000 to a black man, Kevin Moore. Kevin was a medical student at the University of Howard at the time of their marriage. However, the couple divorced in 2004. The two had one son together named Franklin Moore. Dolezal later received legal guardianship of her 16-year old adopted brother in 2010 with the consent of her parents.
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Kevin Moore(2000-2005)|
|Children/Kids||Langston Atticus Dolezal, Franklin Moore|
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Rachel Ann Dolezal|
|Age (as of today)||46 years|
|Date of Birth||November 12, 1977|
|Place of Birth||Lincoln County, Montana, U.S|
|Height||1.65 m, 5 feet 5 inches|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$600 Thousand|
Height, Weight, and Age
Rachel Dolezal's height is pretty average measuring 1.65 m. As of today, December 8, 2023, Rachel Dolezal is 46 years old.
"I don't believe in reverse racism. I really don't."Rachel Dolezal
"I have a huge issue with blackface."Rachel Dolezal
"I am part of the pan-African diaspora."Rachel Dolezal
"I think some people feel that if you question the reality of race, you're questioning racism; you're saying racism isn't real. Racism is real because people actually believe race is real. We'd have to really let go of the 500-year-old idea of race as a worldview in order to undo racism."Rachel Dolezal
"Hopefully, even if I am judged or there's confusion, anger, about how I identify, I hope that people can understand that family is fluid."Rachel Dolezal