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Rachel Dolezal’s Early life and education
Rachel Anne Dolezal popularly known as Rachel Dolezal was born on November 12, 1977, in Lincoln County, Montana, United States. Born to parents Ruthanne Dolezal (mother) and Lawrence Dolezel (father), she is a Human Right Activist, Instructor. She was raised in Montana with her siblings (Esther, Zach, Joshua Dolezal).
Rachel went to Belhaven University which is located in Jackson, Mississippi. It was where she asked for the first annual celebration of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It also established the first African-American history course on campus. After moving from Mississippi, she attended Howard University. She graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree.
Rachel Dolezal’s Personal life and recovery from Cervical Cancer
Rachel Dolezal was married to Kevin Moore (African-American keyboardist). They married in 2000, she had a son named Franklin Moore. She adopted two brothers, Izaiah Dolezal, and Ezra Dolezal. On 16th February 2016, Her second son named Langston Atticus Dolezal was born. The couple divorced in 2004. In 2006, she suffered from Cervical Cancer but by 2008 she had recovered.
Protector of rights
Standing 169 cm tall, Rachel grew up with instructor quality in herself. She drew her self-portraits in brown rather than a peach crayon and made herself have curly, black hair. Her feelings and actions were related to racial identity.
I felt very isolated with my identity virtually my entire life, that nobody really got it and that I really didn’t have the personal agency to express it, I kind of imagined that maybe at some point (I’d have to) own it publicly and discuss this kind of complexity. (But) I wasn’t expecting it to be thrust upon me right now.”
She is a real helper who worked to protect black people’s rights. She also worked for the Human Rights Education Institute as Education Director. At North Idaho College from 2005 to 2013, she worked as an Instructor. In April 2007, she worked as an art teacher. For the Advancement of Colored People, she was elected the President of the National Association in the year 2014. Her writing also served for protecting black’s rights. Her book “In Full Color: Finding My Place In a Black and White World” and her writing in “The Inlander” (Newspapers) are examples of it.
Rachel Dolezal’s Voluntary works
In Spokane, Rachel taught Africana studies at Eastern Washington University. Furthermore, she worked as chair of the volunteer citizen Police Ombudsman Commission and led the local chapter of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People). It provided independent citizen oversight of the Police Department. From 2005-2014, she was an art instructor at North Idaho College. There she involved in civil rights activism. Eventually, she became head of the Human Rights Education Institute there in 2008-10.
To her claims of being a victim of multiple hate crimes, she -A blonde, white girl had transformed into a “black” woman. Her dedication and struggle lighten a national debate on racial identity. Her work focused on the black community and by far she has been successful in her work.
Passionate Rachel was born with curly light brown hair and Hazel Eyes. She weighs 70 Kg and is 169cm tall. Her fans can find her on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, etc. She is active in social media. Her net worth is estimated to be $100,000.