COEUR d’ALENE — Things aren’t going well for Rachel Dolezal.
Last weekend, the Guardian, a British daily newspaper, reported Dolezal, 39, is unemployed, relying on food stamps to feed her family and will soon be homeless.
Dolezal has sought more than 100 jobs, but no one will hire her, the Guardian reported.
“She applied for a position at the university where she used to teach, and says she was interviewed by former colleagues who pretended to have no recollection of having met her. The only work she has been offered is reality TV, and porn,” the British paper reported.
The Guardian reporter interviewed Dolezal in Spokane, where Dolezal was living as a black woman in May 2015 when The Press published the first story questioning Dolezal’s ethnicity. At the time, Dolezal had risen in Spokane to positions of power as a black woman. She was president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, chair of the city’s Police Ombudsman Commission, and she wrote a column for a weekly publication — as a black woman.