Rachel Dolezal has a documentary about her coming to Netflix in April. The documentary will air beginning next month. The director Laura Brownson said, “Regardless of how people feel about Rachel, I hope the film will challenge audiences to think more deeply about race and identity in America.”
Posts Tagged: NAACP
The NAACP is coming for Jerry Jones over his benching comments. Jerry announced any player that protests during the national anthem will be benched. The NAACP released a statement that reads in part, “This is not an issue about our flag, this is an issue about police brutality, (racism, and the ability of members of the… Read more »
Rachel Dolezal is the White former NAACP leader who identifies as Black, has changed her name. The name, Nkechi Amare Diallo, is of West African origin. She’s been in the news lately for being broke and almost homeless. Read more and what her new name means here.
John Legend speaks on Kanye West’s meeting with Donald Trump. What’s up with Faith Evans and Stevie J? I’ll #spillthetea. Big ups to Steve Harvey! Thanks for watching Tony’s Tea from the Smooth R&B 105.7 studio!
Rachel Dolezal, who was dragged big time for trying to pass herself off as Black, will speak at an MLK event in North Carolina. The theme of the event is “Healing Race Relations through Conversation and Participation.” Read more here.
After her comments about BET, the NAACP image awards and Black History month, Stacey Dash is getting dragged all over the internet. Surprised? Here’s what Hip Hollywood calls A History Of The Stupidest Person On Television.
Calling Captain Obvious! I don’t know why this was a big deal but OK. Watch here.
Good for her! I don’t hate the woman and wish her no ill will. She has two son, 13 and 21. She’s having another boy. For the record I have no idea the race of the father. But if I HAD to guess…..
Julian Bond, who passed away at age 75, Saturday night from complications of vascular disease, will be buried at sea per his wishes. I didn’t know you could do that. I knew you could be cremated and your ashes spread at sea. Read bout it here.
They produced the “Annie,” remake and now they’re doing an HBO miniseries about Emmett Till. If, on the off chance, you’re not familiar with Emmett Till, read about it here.