"There’s no protected class for me,” the former NAACP branch president told The Guardian. “I’m this generic, ambiguous scapegoat for white people to call me a race traitor and take out their hostility on. And I’m a target for anger and pain about white people from the black community. It’s like I am the worst of all these worlds.”Naw, Rachel, you're not a race-traitor. You're confused. And, trying to obtain victim status when your problem is totally of your own making.
“I do think a more complex label would be helpful, but we don’t really have that vocabulary,” said the former Africana studies instructor. “I feel like the idea of being trans-black would be much more accurate than ‘I’m white.’ Because you know, I’m not white.”We're pretty sure that you are white, Rachel, and calling yourself a trans-black (heh) is cultural appropriation. (You probably remember that phrase from your "Africana Studiees" days.
Sorry about your problems, Rachel, but you're not a victim, you're not in a protected class, and you're not employable as long as you say weird stuff. Get a grip, and get a job.