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The painting looms over Dolezal on the living-room wall as she begins to talk.
After a few weeks of media obsession, I—and most of the other black women I knew—was completely done with Rachel Dolezal. Right after turning in a draft of my book on race at the end of February, I went to a theater to do an onstage interview on race and intersectionality (a mode of thinking that intersects identities and systems of social oppression and domination).
But before going onstage, my phone buzzed with a "news" alert. I quickly glanced at the article and saw that Dolezal had changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo. Nkechi is my sister's name—my visibly black sister born and raised in Nigeria.
They were all looking for "fresh takes" on the Dolezal scandal from the very people whose identity had now been put up for debate—black women.
I wrote two pieces on Dolezal for two different websites, mostly focused not on her, but on the lack of understanding of black women's identity that was causing the conversation about Dolezal to become more and more painful for so many black women.