“I have an original Rachel Dolezal in my hallway.”
Historian Jessica A. Krug has claimed to be part of the Black cultures she writes about. Turns out she’s white.
People like Rachel Dolezal use their privilege to ‘trespass’ into a Black identity.
Twitter’s cropping feature prefers white faces over black faces, fat Pikachu over skinny Pikachu, and Rachel Dolezal over Obama.
Rachel Dolezal, a White Woman Who Gained Notoriety for Claiming She Identifies as Black, Defends a TikTok Star Who Says They “transitioned” Raceswww.yahoo.com -
Dolezal argued that cultural appropriation differs from “being authentically yourself” while speaking up for London, a British-born influencer.
SIR – Esther McVey is spot on.
The infamous “race faker” appears in a new doc premiering at SXSW about Black beauty to weigh in on being forced into a “white mold” and needing to have a “respectable white butt.”
Strong community ties keep Councilwoman Esther Sanchez grounded
Esther Andrews, of Esther Andrews Bridal, hand-knit her wedding dress. It had over 4 miles of mohair lace yarn and was covered in tomatoes.
Esther Home supports the girls in their motherhood journey.
She became today’s most famous couples therapist by ignoring all the rules of the trade.
My favourite author or bookI’m a huge admirer of Ann Patchett. State of Wonder left me in an actual state of wonder, and I loved Commonwealth for the multilayered intelligence of its narrative. It’s