Rachel Dolezal’s memoir will be released in March but she’s already facing backlash after announcing it was available for pre-order
Rachel Dolezal’s memoir won’t be released for another five months, but already the critiques are starting to pile up.
The former NAACP leader, who became a national sensation after it was revealed she was a race faker, announced her book was available for pre-order on Amazon.
‘Please tell me what she knows about being a REAL TRUE black woman?’ one user commented on Dolezal’s post.
‘You’ll NEVER know our struggles and I don’t care how much dark spray tan you put on.’
Another commenter tried to plead directly with Dolezal, telling her she should be a ‘white ally’ instead of a ‘civil rights leader underneath a lie’.
‘You really don’t understand the Black Experience because you still hold your white privilege,’ they added.
The book is described as the story of Dolezal’s path from being a child of white Evangelical parents to ‘an NAACP president and respected educator and activist who identified as black’