Rachel Dolezal is a former college instructor who ran the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington. She is best known for presenting herself as a black woman despite having been born to white parents. In June 2015, Dolezal went viral when her racial identity became the center of national controversy. Eileen talks to Dolezal about her abusive upbringing, the material impacts of "cancellation" and its subsequent effects on her mental health. Get to the root of stress with the Stress CBD Complex from NextEvo Naturals. For up to 25% off subscription orders of $40 or more, use promo code mental at NextEvo.com. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. When you want to be a better problem solver, therapy can get you there. Visit BetterHelp.com/GOINGMENTAL today to get 10% off your first month. Join Thrive Market today and get a FREE $60 gift! That’s ThriveMarket.com/mental to get a FREE $60 gift! Show links: Follow @eileen on Instagram Follow @killerandasweetthang on Instagram Follow @eileeninparis on TikTok Follow @goingmentalpodcast on Instagram More information at: Goingmental.com Produced by Dear Media.
In this episode, Shanti laments after the realization that Philly is wildly segregated while Antoinette's plants teach her yet another life lesson. Together, they examine the authenticity of governments like Cuba's uplifting LGBTQIA families and brands such as M&Ms deep diving into DE&I work. Finally, we discuss Netflix's ethical or unethical approach to the new Jeffrey Dahmer show, transracial pioneer Rachel Dolezal seemingly being forced into Only Fans and Shanti capes for City's Girls' Caresha, and her dreams of becoming the next "Black Oprah" (which makes no sense). Join Us. Do you have a question or comment you'd like to share with us? Call in! Leave a message!Hotline: (215) 948-2780 Email: email@example.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/aroundthewaycurls for exclusive videos & bonus episodes Shop ATWC Merch: https://www.aroundthewaycurls.com/collectionsSong credit: Act Up by City Girls
Ebro in the Morning - Cardi B & Akbar V's Twitter Beef + Rachel Dolezal & Secret Hustles
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Rachel Dolezal became world famous on June 11, 2015 when a reporter asked her if her father was white. This seemed like an odd question, why would anyone care? Weirdly, people cared. Rachel had been presenting herself as black for years but the reality was both her parents were white and so was she. Rachel had constructed a public persona of a black woman, and it was believable. She had photos of a black man she said was her dad, had two black children, and had worked tirelessly as an activist and president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP. When the reporter outed her as white, her world came crumbling down. Her friends felt betrayed, she lost her job, her volunteer positions, most of her family, her place in the community, her reputation - she lost everything. Did she deserve it? Was she a fraud? Did she have a valid reason to claim membership to another racialized group? Is race biological or is it a social construct, made up by people? Is race something that doesn't exist in nature and more importantly, does her refusal to apologize mean that she doesn't understand the issue - or that we don't? We talk through the history of racism, the biological and social realities of "race", and consider the parallels between race and gender in this extra special edition of Apologies Accepted.
Rachel Dolezal RETURNS!Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know even MORE about Rachel Dolezal. Rachel initially made world- wide headlines for her advocacy for African Americans as a president of a regional chapter of the NAACP. We don't really talk about any of that this time; since we talked a lot about it on her first appearance. So if that is what you are looking for, go check out her first FSP episode. In this episode; we chat about her move to Arizona, why she did it and how it is going so far. We talk about starting her hair business from scratch in a new state, and we talk a lot about her art. Rachel is an amazingly talented fine artist; painter and sculptor. Finally, we discuss her Only Fans account; both what she does on it, and why she started that account. I enjoy speaking with Rachel very much and am honored yet again, that she feels comfortable coming on the show.Follow Rachel on social media:Twit: @DialloNkechiInsta: @RachelDolezalFB: @RachelDolezalOnly Fans: @RachelDolezalwebsite: RachelDolezal.com
Rachel Dolezal is an author, activist, educator and artist. She discusses her book, In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World and shares who she is outside of the media frenzy that has surrounded her.
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