In this March 6, 2015, photo, from left, Della Montgomery-Riggins, Charles Thornton and Rachel Dolezal link arms and sing “We Shall Overcome” at a rally in downtown Spokane, Wash., responding to a racist and threatening package received by NAACP President Rachel Dolezal. Dozens of supporters gathered in a show of solidarity with the NAACP. Dolezal made national headlines last week when her parents said she’s not black as she has claimed.
In this March 6, 2015, photo, from left, Della Montgomery-Riggins, Charles Thornton and Rachel Dolezal link arms and sing “We Shall Overcome” at a rally in downtown Spokane, Wash., responding to a racist and threatening package received by NAACP President Rachel Dolezal. Dozens of supporters gathered in a show of solidarity with the NAACP. Dolezal made national headlines last week when her parents said she’s not black as she has claimed. DAN PELLE The Associated Press
In this March 6, 2015, photo, from left, Della Montgomery-Riggins, Charles Thornton and Rachel Dolezal link arms and sing “We Shall Overcome” at a rally in downtown Spokane, Wash., responding to a racist and threatening package received by NAACP President Rachel Dolezal. Dozens of supporters gathered in a show of solidarity with the NAACP. Dolezal made national headlines last week when her parents said she’s not black as she has claimed. DAN PELLE The Associated Press

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