Jun 16, 2015

Choosing your own: Definition of race becoming fluid

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rachel Dolezal, born to white parents, self-identifies as black — a decision that illustrates how fluid identity can be in a diversifying America, as the rigid racial structures that have defined most of this country's history seem, for some, to be softening. Dolezal resigned as the leader of the NAACP's Spokane, Washington, branch after questions surfaced about her racial...

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