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UPDATED: Rachel Dolezal Resigns as President of Spokane Chapter of NAACP

UPDATED: 6/16/2015 This article has been updated with Dolezal’s interview on the Today show.

Rachel Dolezal announced today that she is stepping down as President of Spokane NAACP amid public fury over her identity. Do you feel this is enough, or that Rachel needs to publicly admit her wrongdoing?

Read the official statement below.

https://www.facebook.com/spokane.naacp/posts/1623781377868883

Here is Rachel’s first public interview after her parents outed her as white.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gInqg7zTVUQ

Racehl Dolezal’s interview on the Today show post resignation for NAACP (6/15/2015)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-puluWHY3Y

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