Court records show she legally changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo.
A few days ago, the Imposter Formerly Known as Rachel Dolezal informed the world that she had officially changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo because-desperation.
Nkechi is a shortened version of the Igbo (Nigerian group) name Nkechinyere, which translates to "What God has given" or "Gift of God". No one wants to hire her because of her reputation.
Her Twitter and Instagram are still credited to Rachel Dolezal. This, despite allegedly applying for hundreds of jobs since losing her post as the former president of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP. Dolezal tweeted Wednesday afternoon that "the story behind my name change will be in my book".
The elaborate subtefuge saw her claiming a black man she once met in Idaho was her father while changing her hair to make it look African American. Despite the backlash she's received from the public, Dolezal has no regrets.
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Dolezal later explained that she "was biologically born white to white parents", and compared herself to transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner, claiming race is "not coded in your DNA" and should be viewed like gender or religion, the Daily Mail reported. In an interview with The Guardian she stated that she was unemployed, living off of food stamps and may soon be homeless.
But however many problems her racial identity and "unique perspective" have brought into her life, Dolezal is adamant that she is right in her claim to blackness. Every politician, they're like, 'I'm sorry, ' and then they just move on, and everybody's like, 'Oh, they apologized and it's all good.' Five minutes later, nobody remembers it.
"There's no protected class for me", she told The Guardian.
When asked if her parents were white, she mumbled, "I refuse ..." and walked off.