Race faker Rachel Dolezal will appear in a new documentary about black beauty in which she claims people who criticize her are ‘white supremacy folks’ and blames her black ex-husband for ‘repressing’ her.
Dolezal had pretended to be black for more than 10 years until her ruse was revealed in 2015, making headlines, and has now appeared in Jennifer Holness’ Subjects of Desire – which debuts at SXSW this week, Daily Beast reported.
Because of the scandal, Dolezal was forced to resign from a leadership position at her local Spokane chapter of the NAACP and was fired from her job as an adjunct professor of Africana Studies at Eastern Washington University.
Dolezal said in the documentary that she has been a victim of ‘shaming and ridicule’ since the scandal.
‘I’ve been called an insult to white women and an insult to black women. White women are angry because I did what they never would do and went further, like I put 110,’ she said, according to Daily Beast.
‘I didn’t just be that white ally and do a little bit, I canceled my white privilege. I canceled my hair.’
Dolezal also appeared that to indicate that she received criticism from black women because her scandal was ‘like a trigger to post-traumatic stress,’ though her comments were not entirely clear.
‘For black women, I feel like it’s a reaction to pain. It’s like a trigger to post-traumatic stress,’ she said in the documentary, according to Daily Beast.
‘When it comes to white men, that’s the group that I am the most scared of on a level of threat because that’s mostly the white supremacy folks.’
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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Adam Schrader