Dolezal legally changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo.
A woman who faked being black until she was outed by her parents has given herself a new Nigerian name.
The former Dolezal has acknowledged that she is "Caucasian biologically" but says she identifies as black.
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.
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Her name is infamous at this point, which would likely be a big reason she's had trouble finding work. Although she only got 30 of the 100 required signatures, TED posted the footage with a post explaining that had no idea she even gave a talk-an easy oversight since there are thousands of events held yearly and TEDx organizers hold talks independent of TED.
Granting or denying of a name change is completely up the judge that signs off on it, Christina Wentz, a Spokane County court official, said in a phone interview.
Dolezal told the Guardian that what hurt most about her ordeal was not her parents' betrayal or white people's mockery, but the anger of the black community. Diallo, meaning 'bold, ' is a last name of Fula origin, a Muslim ethnic group thought to have roots in the Middle East and North Africa, noted the Daily Mail.
"I do think a more complex label would be helpful, but we don't really have that vocabulary", she said.
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Dolezal told Britain's The Guardian newspaper that she is near homeless.
Dolezal, for her part, says that her conviction that she is black goes back a long way, and it's nothing to do with cultural appropriation or lack of respect.
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. LMAOOOO! Rachel was big mad that she wasn't teaching the intercultural class.
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