Racial fluidity: Is choosing the race you most identify with OK?

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Since the scandal of former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal many are questioning if racial fluidity or choosing the race you most identify with is something that is acceptable to do. Should someone be allowed to live their life they want to or is it something that can be borderline offensive?

Senior editor of Ebony.com Jamilah Lemieux, actress, model and star of the reality show "Blood, Sweat and Heels" Mica Hughes and digital media and marketing executive Priscilla Baez discusses the topic of racial fluidity.