Rachel Dolezal, who recently changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo to further embrace her African "heritage" although she was born White, is still claiming she is a "woke soul sista."

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Dolezal's life took a jaw-dropping dive after a local reporter in her Spokane, Washington, questioned her identity during a live news report in 2015.

After a few jokes about leaving the country, realizing the reality of Donald Trump's presidential bid, the Whoopi Goldberg took things to the next level by removing hyphens from her ethnic identity, implying that her family is rooted in America, not anywhere else.

Diggs posted his reaction to the furor on Instagram, saying his son will embrace his roots the way he chooses.

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The former host of ‘106th + Park’, Rocsi Diaz, is making her directorial debut in “The Secrets of Strangers,” a public service announcement that chronicles…

James Fortune & FIYA Performed their new song “Never Again,” live at Inspiration & Music Conference. Check out the video again as James Fortune says…

"Identity" lands at number one shortly after it's official release! Get the chart updates inside now!

Get your exclusive first listen to the brand new album "Identity" from gospel artist James Fortune & FIYA inside now before it hits stores Tuesday, January 17th.

Breakthrough artist James Fortune launches his new imprint, F.I.Y.A. Music World, on Light Records with the release of his new album IDENTITY that hits stores January 17, 2012.

We need to embrace who we are.  This is the reason most of us become lost.  Most problems in our lives happen when we do not  take time to get to know who the person in the mirror is.  Peace comes when we  accept ourselves. It is what we need  to move forward in life. […]