Monday, April 03, 2017

What's Your Take?

Former NAACP Branch Manager Rachel DolezaL, who was born White, but identifies as Black has written a memoir. Dolezal’s memoir entitled “In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World” revealed that she identified as Black at a young age. During an interview, Dolezal seems to like the term trans-black explaining that there is a black side and white side. Calling herself Black feels more accurate.

What’s your take on being Trans-Black? Can you be Black without actually being biologically Black?




Comments

1. Jesse said...

In a word "NO"

2. Landon said...

This trick benefited from a cushy job at the NAACP pretending to be Black.Now neither Blacks or Whites want anything to do with her.She may want to switch back to some of that White Privilege to pay her bills.

3. Brandon said...

Most of us don't have a choice. Be true to yourself

4. Cissy said...

Shaun King is perpetrating too wit his white butt

5. Donald said...

Fair Skinned Blacks have been passing for years to get a leg up.

What's the big deal?

6. Curious said...

Why not?White person trapped in a Black body is as stupid as a man trapped in a woman's body.I think my dead cousin may be trapped in my pit bulls body.My dog now loves pb&j sandwiches.

7. Long Time Listener said...

Curious is an idiot.

8. Max said...

Tracing back the world’s lineages, we see the origins of all peoples and we see that the white race comes from the line of Shem while the black race and other minorities come from Ham.God is not a racist. Historically, He has condemned ethnic groups for collectively disobeying.

9. new listener said...

If you can self-identify as any gender you want, and expect to be treated as such, why can’t you self-identity as any race you want and expect the same respect?

10. Lynn said...

being black is a choice. look at clarence thomas!

11. Long Time Listener said...

I don't like the fact that she lied to get that job.She can think she is Black all she wants to.Just don't check the box for race on the application

12. Long Time Listener said...

I don't have a problem with it

13. Benjamin said...

Being Black is more than biological.It is cultural and shared struggle.If she is with it.Cool with me.

14. Kay said...

Wonder what Scotty has to say about this.



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