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The Rachel Divide

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Rachel Dolezal, the American former civil rights activist and the former head of NAACP, tells many truths about her and her personal life. Also she explains about her last position in NAACP and why millions people consider her as a the ultimate example of white privilege.
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Laura Brownson
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IMDb:
6.1
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HD
Duration:
100 min
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There is something sick, twisted and insulting about America's fixation with Rachel Dolezal and the way her lies have given her a platform, albeit a negative one, that most Black people don't have.
May 03, 2018
Film Experience
Nobody is helped by a seemingly throwaway moment that attempts to address Dolezal's supposed transracial identity with that of transgender individuals... perhaps the film's most offensive sequence.
June 20, 2018
New York Times
Ms. Brownson hasn't figured out how to construct a movie around a figure who essentially owes her fame to the obfuscation of her past.
April 26, 2018
The Daily Dot
In the end, The Rachel Divide feels like a feedback loop. And soon enough, we're bound to hear it again.
May 03, 2018