Monday, June 15, 2015

So, The New Black is....White??

Apparently, the head of the Spokane, WA NAACP chapter has been revealed to be actually...white.

So, you get a good tan, frizz your hair and you're black?

They actually have invented a name for this crap. It's called being "transracial".

Seriously?












Now, in their rush to attempt damage control, that same NAACP chapter has stomped squarely on the land mine and issued a statement saying "One’s racial identity is not a qualifying criteria or disqualifying standard for NAACP leadership,”

O'rly??? 

Worth a thousand words...











And even more ludicrous:
Rachel Dolezal, 37, who headed the NAACP’s Spokane, Washington chapter, sued Howard for discrimination in 2002, the year she graduated from the historically black college with a Master of Fine Arts degree.
Dolezal, then known as Rachel Moore, named the university and Professor Alfred Smith as defendants in a lawsuit filed in Washington, D.C.’s Superior Court. During the pendency of the civil case, Smith was chairman of Howard’s Department of Art.
According to a Court of Appeals opinion, Dolezal’s lawsuit “claimed discrimination based on race, pregnancy, family responsibilities and gender.” She alleged that Smith and other school officials improperly blocked her appointment to a teaching assistant post, rejected her application for a post-graduate instructorship, and denied her scholarship aid while she was a student.
The court opinion also noted that Dolezal claimed that the university’s decision to remove some of her artworks from a February 2001 student exhibition was “motivated by a discriminatory purpose to favor African-American students over” her.
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Rachel Dolezal, 37, who headed the NAACP’s Spokane, Washington chapter, sued Howard for discrimination in 2002, the year she graduated from the historically black college with a Master of Fine Arts degree.


Dolezal, then known as Rachel Moore, named the university and Professor Alfred Smith as defendants in a lawsuit filed in Washington, D.C.’s Superior Court. During the pendency of the civil case, Smith was chairman of Howard’s Department of Art.

According to a Court of Appeals opinion, Dolezal’s lawsuit “claimed discrimination based on race, pregnancy, family responsibilities and gender.” She alleged that Smith and other school officials improperly blocked her appointment to a teaching assistant post, rejected her application for a post-graduate instructorship, and denied her scholarship aid while she was a student.


The court opinion also noted that Dolezal claimed that the university’s decision to remove some of her artworks from a February 2001 student exhibition was “motivated by a discriminatory purpose to favor African-American students over” her.

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Now she's doubling down going on the Today show to try and sell her lie. She's either a dyed-in-the-wool con woman or truly delusional. 

This is her blackness during the Baltimore riots. Notice the darkened skin, accent and sunglasses to hide her green eyes.





  


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