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Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan is the latest in a growing line of people who are revealed to have assumed a false racial identity.
Alec Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria, was ‘denounced’ on December 21 for being a white Boston woman, known until 2009 as Hilary, whose parents live in Spain.
In 2015, Rachel Dolezal was branded a ‘racial phony’ for claiming that she ‘identified as black’, despite being born to white parents.
Bannan, lead attorney for the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund for Latino Justice, claimed the Puerto Rican and Colombian heritage, according to Prism.
Bannan admitted in response to an article that she was a white woman born in Georgia
Records obtained by the site say that Bannan’s family came to the United States from Ireland, Italy and Russia, and she was born in Georgia.
On Monday, Bannan, 43, responded to the report and confirmed that she is white.
“I’m racially white and I’ve always said that,” she said.
However, my cultural identity was formed as a result of my family, chosen and chosen by me, and that has always been Latinx.
‘My identity is my most authentic expression of who I am and how I honor the people who have shaped me since I was a child.
Cole promised to work to repair the harm caused if possible.
The same week, University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student CV Vitolo-Haddad resigned from his teaching position after admitting to lying about being black.
Vitolo-Haddad repeatedly pretended to be black or Latino, although the teacher is actually South Italian and Sicilian.
Vitolo-Haddad confessed to the hoax in two Medium blog posts and apologized for “every ounce of heartbreak and betrayal” caused by the false claims.
“ In trying to classify parts of who I am, I have taken some very wrong turns. I never really recognized them when they became apparent, nor did I recognize the trail of damage behind me, ‘Vitolo-Haddad wrote.
Jessica Krug White professor
Jessica Krug, 38, a white African American studies professor, confessed in a Medium post in early September that she had been pretending to be black for years.
The George Washington University professor admitted that she had cheated on colleagues and students for years.
Krug grew up as a white Jewish girl in Kansas City, but she assumed a number of different black identities throughout her career, she confessed in a Medium blog post on September 3.
Krug resigned from her position at the university after a backlash over the deception.
Michelle Moyd, Ruth N. Halls Associate Professor in the IU History Department, said the recent increase in exposure to racial counterfeiters will have extremely negative effects on the black community.
“Every time one of these scams is exposed, the people around them have to pick up the pieces,” she said.