(Via Daily Mail) The white NAACP leader who misrepresented herself as black reportedly said as she organized groups during the Black Lives Matter movement that only black people should be directing and leading the protests.
In an interview with Anderson Cooper, activist and writer Marc Lamont Hill said he knew Rachel Dolezal, and heard her state that only black people should lead the movement that arose in the wake of repeated incidents of police brutality against black individuals starting late last year.
Hill then said what Dolezal is doing is the ‘ultimate exercise in white privilege.’
‘Look, I don’t know her well, but I have been in settings with her, I’ve organized with her, I’ve been on the West Coast and talked with her,’ said Hill appearing on AC 360.
‘And one of the things she’s been adamant about – and other activists will attest to this – with regards to the Black Lives Matter movement, she was one of the people that said the Black Lives Matter movement needs to be led and directed by black people.’
Hill then added that Dolezal also said of the protests that ‘outsiders should not be there.’ (read more)