In the audio below, you can hear her discussing, among other things, “white privilege” and being the “new black girl in town.” The entire audio, courtesy of Spokane Faith and Values, is about an hour and a half long, but Dolezal starts at about the 19:00 minute mark.
And if that’s not enough, here she is giving a lecture on the history of black hair, using her own as an example.
Here’s a picture tweeted by KREM 2’s Taylor Viydo that shows what Dolezal looked like as a young girl. Note the long, straight blonde hair…
"Our daughter is Caucasian" say parents of Spokane NAACP President Rachel Dolezal. pic.twitter.com/6VHxm9v4Wt
— Taylor Viydo (@TaylorViydoKGW) June 11, 2015
And here’s what she thinks of those critical of her:
And here she is saying she doesn’t understand a simple yes or no question about her ethnicity:
— Johnetta Elzie (@Nettaaaaaaaa) June 12, 2015
So, what say you? Has Dolezal lost all credibility? Sure seems that way to me, given that she’s spent the better part of a decade building her persona.
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