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Rachel Dolezal has released a provocative calendar full of photos, birthdays and Black History facts


If you'd like to be reminded of Rachel Dolezal, a disgraced white woman who presents herself as African-American, you can be all throughout next year. The former university instructor and former President of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Spokane, Washington chapter, is asking $18.99 for her recently released 2018 wall calendar.

Dolezal has courted controversy with products before, specifically her book, "In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World," which was released in late March of this year.

Per the description, the calendar is filled with "photos from four different portrait artists and her personal inspirational quotes." And, it also includes "dozens of important birthdays and Black History facts throughout the year." Dolezal has been actively advertising the calendar across social media and her website.

The social media reaction has been, well, let's just say there has been some social media reaction:

Which state should you travel to next?

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