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Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP chapter president who made national headlines when she claimed to be trans-racial, visits television show “The Real” for a open and intense conversation about racial identity and finally honestly answers the question, “What is your race?” Catch the full show Monday, Nov. 2, 2015 at 11 a.m. est.

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Two teenage brothers became pimps while living in their mother’s home. According to reports by KXLY, Thaishaun Hunter, 17, and Dionte Hunter, 15, ran their illegal operation in Spokane, Washington. Initially, Thaishaun started the prostitution business. But when he was involved in a drive-by shooting at a grocery store, police arrested him and set his…

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Naima Quarles-Burnley replaces Rachel Dolezal as president of the NAACP Spokane Chapter Naima Quarles-Burnley didn’t predict back in January 2015 that she would be at the helm of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP so quickly. Nor did she know that it would be in the midst of a firestorm. Her predecessor, Rachel Dolezal, resigned…

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Rachel Dolezal resigns after parents out her for not being Black Rachel Dolezal resigns. The Spokane chapter of the NAACP president has been portraying herself as Black for years until recently when her parents outed her and basically says she is as purely white as one can be. Today, Dolezal submitter her letter of resignation…

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Other than being an R&B singer, there are few reasons to try to pass yourself off as Black. However this is not the case for the embattled president of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP. Chapter president and community activist Rachel Dolezal has been passing as a Black woman to the shock of the…

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  By all accounts Rachel Dolezal is a successful Black woman, community activist and educator. She is president of the Spokane NAACP, sits on a police oversight committee and teaches Africana studies at Eastern Washington University. She has been committed to the civil rights struggle for well over 20 years and is widely known as having been…

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The annual gayest city in America has been released — and shockingly San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York are somehow absent from the list. The criteria for what makes a great gay city is fluid and in constantly flux, according to the organizers of this yearly list. Take a look at what is considered…

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