Rachel Dolezal, the woman who went from being a respected civil rights activist to being the epicenter of a media storm about her racial identity, has a Netflix documentary on the way.
The Rachel Divide will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City and on Netflix in the coming weeks. The first trailer (via Vulture.com) shows Dolezal and one of her sons. Filmmaker Laura Brownson spent two years following Dolezal and her two sons, Vulture reports.
In the trailer, her son says, “I resent some of her choices, and I resent some of the words she’s spoken in interviews.
“She can identify whatever she wants to be because it’s her business,” he says. “But when it’s put in the limelight, I don’t think you should be pissing people off more than they already are…”