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On Monday, Rachel Dolezal stepped down from president of the Spokane Chapter of NAACP. She's been stirring up tons of controversy after calling herself "transracial." Activist and professor of African Studies Lisa Durden and psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum try to answer why she did it.

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