Nobody knows the trouble I see
Nobody knows my sorrow
What's a woman to do? There is white oppression everywhere and white people won't leave her alone. This has been true ever since she was a little girl growing up in an Indian tepee in Montana. Eschewing food stamps her family used bows and arrows to get food. She gets hate mail in her post office box that hasn't been processed and when she reports it to authorities they dismiss her concerns just because the stamps weren't cancelled.
Then there are swastikas and nooses jumping out all over the place at her, often so covertly the security cameras fail to catch the action, and just because her neighbor told he hung the noose to dress a deer it doesn't ease the pain.
Finally she finds white oppression. Yes, it's always in the last place you look. It's on the country's coins and currency.
With a little coaching Rachel Dolezal could be another Tawana Brawley or Crystal Gail Mangum of Duke Lacrosse fame or even an Elizabeth Warren. Whether she is driven by malice or pathetically confused as in the cases of Bruce Jenner and Paul Ryan she is a liability to the NAACP.