Rachel Dolezal is back to her old tricks, trying to make "transracial" happen and capitalize on Black culture and issues.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Dolezal, who was caught posing as a Black woman in 2015, would be penning a memoir about her experiences. While most people hoped sensible minds would prevail and the project would fall apart, it seems that the book is done and ready for pre-order on Amazon.
The title of the book is almost too ironic to bear.
Dolezal shared the cover of her book (editor's note: notice the new accent on her last name) titled In Full Color, on Instagram, informing her followers that it's available for pre-order on Amazon. The book drops in March 2017, according to the site:
Twitter wasted no time dragging Dolezal, and pointing out the egregious white privilege that landed a white woman a book deal talking about Black issues:
A possible project for racial unity in 2017: making Amazon reviews of Rachel Dolezal's book. https://t.co/L79IioDYLv— Brandon Finnigan (@B_M_Finnigan) October 29, 2016
If the first line of Rachel Dolezal's book isn't "I'm White" I'm not interested— Filthy Cute (@RatchetSmurf) October 29, 2016
Which white actress in blackface will play Rachel Dolezal in the Lifetime movie based on her hack book about her lie of a life?— Janée Woods (@janeepwoods) October 29, 2016
Every time you see/hear something about Rachel Dolezal's book, go buy an indie press book written by a POC. It's the right thing to do.— Gabino Iglesias (@Gabino_Iglesias) October 29, 2016
Black authors are under-represented in publishing but Rachel Dolezal gets 5, maybe 6 figures for literary blackface.— jack monroe (@MxJackMonroe) October 29, 2016
2016 is the worst.
Rachel Dolezal has to go down as one of the greatest scammers in American history.— Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) October 29, 2016
Watch Rachel Dolezal defend her identity on The Real above.
(Photo: AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios, File)