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A new Netflix documentary about Rachel Dolezal, the white civil rights activist who identifies as "trans-black," will premiere at the Tribeca film festival. Filmmaker Laura Brownson followed Dolezal for two years while compiling footage for "The Rachel Divide," which looks into both her controversial racial identity and her home life with her two sons. Brownson told Vulture that, regardless of how viewers feel about Dolezal specifically, she hopes the film "will challenge audiences to think more deeply about race and identity in America.” On social media, many were critical of Netflix's decision to make a film about Dolezal. The company told the BBC that Dolezal was not paid for her participation. "The Rachel Divide" debuts on Netflix on April 27. – VULTURE