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The Rachel Divide

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Over many years, we have seen many people who are considered as an example of white privilege. This movie shows if Rachel Dolezal, the American former civil rights activist and the former head of NAACP, is one of those people or not and why she is still gaining negative reactions from millions.
Release: 2018
IMDb: 6.2
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Duration: 100 min
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CRITICS OF "The Rachel Divide"
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The Daily Dot
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May 03, 2018

In the end, The Rachel Divide feels like a feedback loop. And soon enough, we're bound to hear it again.
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Spokesman-Review (Washington)
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May 11, 2018

The Rachel Divide works hard to give an insider's view of a story that for some is the case of a woman suffering from a serious sense of cultural displacement and for others is an ongoing attempt to redefine notions of race and what that term... means.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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April 27, 2018

Brownson has done exactly what she needed to: show how Dolezal was formed, how society responded to her insistence that "race is a construct," and how she's coping in the face of such relentless hatred.
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The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
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May 03, 2018

Like everything about Rachel Dolezal, it's complicated, but this film-whether or not it should have ever been made-helps untangle both the motivation for-and the impact of-Rachel Dolezal's strange choices.
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Slate
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April 27, 2018

It's devastating to see so many innocent people torn down by Dolezal's deceit, and The Rachel Divide benefits immensely by highlighting their voices, including those of some of the NAACP members she worked with.
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Film Experience
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June 20, 2018

Nobody is helped by a seemingly throwaway moment that attempts to address Dolezal's supposed transracial identity with that of transgender individuals... perhaps the film's most offensive sequence.
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New Yorker
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May 01, 2018

"The Rachel Divide" becomes a disturbing and enthralling drama of the American family, the pain of its truths and its fictions.
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Common Sense Media
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May 08, 2018

Docu about controversial "trans-racial" woman; cursing.
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Los Angeles Times
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April 26, 2018

"The Rachel Divide" grapples with Dolezal's contradictions, as well as with the inherent problems of making a movie about her.
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The Playlist
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May 03, 2018

There is something sick, twisted and insulting about America's fixation with Rachel Dolezal and the way her lies have given her a platform, albeit a negative one, that most Black people don't have.
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Wall Street Journal
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April 27, 2018

Its title is a bit too clever, but The Rachel Divide takes a largely serious, respectful and dignified approach toward a subject many would say is undeserving.
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New York Times
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April 26, 2018

Ms. Brownson hasn't figured out how to construct a movie around a figure who essentially owes her fame to the obfuscation of her past.
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