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Proud Black Woman Nkechi Amare Diallo (Formerly Rachel Dolezal) Debuts Memoir

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Like a lowly caterpillar transforming into a beautiful butterfly, gross icky white girl Rachel Dolezal has metamorphosed into Nkechi Amare Diallo, a strong, glorious African-American woman. But just like the civil-rights pioneers who came before her, Diallo keeps catching hate from bigots. Now they’re all whining and complaining about her new book, “In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World.”

DailyMail.com:

Explosive snippets of race-faker Rachel Dolezal’s memoir have been released, including a passage where she describes herself as being ‘too black’ for her African-American husband…

Dolezal had married Kevin Moore in 2000, when he was a medical student at Howard University. They divorced in 2004, which is when she decided to become publicly black.

Sounds like Mr. Moore just couldn’t handle the fact that she’s blacker than he is!

In the book, Diallo also compares her strict religious upbringing to slavery and celebrates her subsequent coming-out as a black woman: “I allowed the little girl I’d colored with a brown crayon so long ago to emerge.” She also tells the childhood story of reading her grandmother’s copies of National Geographic and slathering herself with mud so she could pretend to be “a dark-skinned princess in the Sahara Desert.” What a powerful gesture of solidarity with her African-American brothers and sisters.

But haters, as is their wont, gonna hate. They don’t like that Ms. Diallo has freed herself from the shackles of biology. They disrespect her transition, and they insist on deadnaming and misracializing her. They’re bigots, plain and simple.

It’s 2017, people. You can be anyone or anything you want to be. Caitlyn Jenner and Chelsea Manning can be women. Nkechi Diallo and Shaun King can be black. I can be a professional writer. Anything is possible.

You go, Nkechi!

“In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World” — $14.97 Hardcover, $14.22 Kindle