Ironically, I think the director of this was trying to make Rachel look stupid but instead I felt tremendous sympathy for her situation. If she feels black, and identifies with black heritage, so be it. What is different between that and a boy who identifies with being a girl? So many people in this documentary are so vile towards her and she patiently bears it all, even going on talk shows because she believes that they are going to listen to her side (they never do). The black community turns against her, when all she has ever done is support them and work on their behalf. More power to her, I hope she finds happiness and these short-sighted small-minded people let her live her life as she sees fit.