Jun 16, 2015

Mom of ousted NAACP leader zings her daughter on MSNBC | WashingtonExaminer.com

Embattled civil rights activist Rachel Dolezal resigned from her position as head of the NAACP's Spokane office on Monday, but that might not have been the worst part of her day. Her mother added to the furor in a national television interview. Ruthanne Dolezal was already responsible for setting up her daughter's fall, by telling the world her daughter was white, not black, as Dolezal falsely...

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