“Unfortunately, America is a place with weak protections for the average worker. Because of this reality, I’ve been forced to spend the last two days reading Rachel Dolezal’s new autobiography, In Full Color, out March 28. You probably remember Dolezal as the former white female NAACP chapter president who identifies as black. Well, she’s back and boy, does she have some things to say.
Her first marriage ended in divorce because she “was a little too Black” for her black husband’s “tastes.” In this marriage, Dolezal learned a painful lesson, “that a Black man could be, culturally and philosophically, as white as any white man.” In other words, Dolezal feels blacker than actual black people.”