'In addition to her role as an educator, Doležal has fourteen years of experience as an exhibiting artist and has taught K-12 & college art lessons in public, private, and non-traditional school settings. Her works have been featured in The Artist’s Magazine, shown in 13 states and displayed at the United Nations’ Headquarters in New York. Doležal began teaching private & group art lessons in 1994 and synthesizes art history, cultural studies, & the creative process when teaching. She believes that the creative process is part of what makes us human and unifies our self-identity with the world around us. Doležal was an instructor in the Art Departments at North Idaho College from 2005-2013 and has taught at Eastern Washington University since 2007.'
does not speak to her parents because of an on-going legal issue.' "There is a lawsuit that's been going on for almost a year, once I supported my sister and allegations against her older brother," said Rachel. Rachel said she does not consider her biological parents her real parents. She said she is still focused on the threats she received in the mail. She claimed in March that she found a letter, in an envelope in the NAACP mailbox at the Rosewood Post Office along North Monroe. No dates, stamp or barcode were found on the letter per the police report. In this envelope, Rachel Dolezal said that she found, pictures of lynchings and references to local cases concerning race.
Her service is greatly appreciated, but lying on the job application and being deceptive are the issues here. Doležal intentions were definitely great and her background of work in the community and the organization speaks volume, however the execution and pretending to be another race is very interesting. Hopefully she and her family can handle whatever personal matter they have in private and she can move forward embracing who she truly is.