Rachel Dolezal Biography
|Date of Birth:||1977 , November-12|
|Age:||43 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Nkechi Amare Diallo|
|Birth Place/City||Lincoln Countr|
|Profession||Education director, Human Rights Education Institute|
|Married to||Kevin Moore (m. 2000)|
|Children||Langston Attickus Dolezal, Franklin Moore|
|Divorce||Kevin Moore (Div.2005)|
|Siblings||: Ezra Dolezal, Izaiah Dolezal, Esther Doleza Zach Dolezal, Joshua Dolezal|
|Books||: In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World|
Rachel Anne Dolezal is an American former civil rights activist and retired African studies instructor. From 2014 to June 15, 2015, she was president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People chapter in Spokane, Washington.
Early life and Education
The birth certificate provided by Rachel’s parents Ruthanne, and Lawrence says Rachel Anne was born on 1977, November 12 in The Lincoln Country, Montana, United States of America. Rachel’s parents have been married since 1974. She belongs to American nationality.
Rachel Anne Dolezal has four brothers and a sister. Her elder brother, Joshua Dolezal is a full Professor of English studies and has written a book about their upbringing in Montana. In addition to her elder brother, other four were adopted by her parents when she was a teenager.
Rachel even revealed that she was abused in her childhood by her parents. She even told that she don't know whether her current parents are real or fake.
Rachel Anne Dolezal graduated magna cum laude from Belhaven University in Jackson, Mississippi. After that, she went to Washington D.C., where she attended Howard University. She did not give her introduction as black on Rachel’s application because there was no any other option for her identity.
Rachel Anne completed graduation with a Master of Fine Arts degree, in 2002.
Rachel Anne Dolezal first worked at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington as a teacher in 2007. There she served for seven months. In 2014, she became president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, replacing James Wilburn.
In addition to her paid work, Rachel Dolezal also appointed by Mayor David Condon to the chair of the Volunteer citizen Police Ombudsman Commission on Spokane. Rachel also served as education director of the Human Rights Education Institute in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho until 2010.
Rachel Dolezal worked at North Idaho College as an instructor from 2005 to 2013.
Lawsuits and Criminal allegations
There is no any sing of information that Rachel Dolezal herself has ever had significant trouble with the law. However, Rachel made many assertions that she has been a victim, though none has led. The dismissed Howard lawsuit appears to be Rachel’s first attack or raids into the legal system.
Rachel asked she had several problems with the Aryan Nation and other hate groups because of her job and “biracial heritage,” the report said, alleging that Rachel was “approached by three skinheads” in one month at her job at the Human Rights Institute in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Consequently, Rachel Dolezal asked in an article in the Coeur d’Alene Press “I spent a lot of time in Mississippi so when I saw that rope, I knew what it was.”
Spokane police also investigated in an April incident in that a woman and man came into Rachel’s house when only her son was home. According to a police report, her son didn’t point out they were threatening, describing them as “normal, middle-class, white people” who “looked confused.”
“Dolezal did express concern that this was the third incident, the other two were unrelated that had occurred while she was not at the residence,” added the report. Finally, police have not made arrest in any of these cases.
Personal life and Affair
Rachel Dolezal was a married to her longtime boyfriend, Kevin Moore in 2000. The couple reportedly first met in Washington D.C. in 1999, when she moved to the Howard University. In an article about Rachel, she described her marriage as unhealthy and claimed it was extremely offensive, even her ex-husband was violent against their son, Franklin.
Rachel’s ex-husband, Moore accused her of ‘poisoning’ his relationship with 3-years-old son Franklin Moore. Her truth twisting seemingly started before the child of white parents publicly claimed herself a black.
However, the couple divorced in 2005. At this time, her ex-husband said she made strange comments to the three-year-old boy. Eventually, according to their divorce documents gained by the Daily News, her marriage ended with Kevin Moore accusing her of lying and poisoning his relationship with their three years son.
Rachel Dolezal accused that Kevin Moore forced her to make a sex tape. She also claimed in the court documents that she suffered many years of physical, emotional, sexual, and verbal abuse. Her brother Joshua Dolezal also wrote in his memoir that his sister told him ‘Sometimes he’s on top of me before I’m even awake’.
The couple has three children. Information regarding her any new affair and boyfriend are to be revealed.
Net worth and Body Measurement
Rachel Dolezal has an estimated net worth of around $85,000, which she has mainly earned through her artwork that sells between $5,000 and $50,000. She has a medium height of 5feet 5 inches and her weight is 70kg.