In a recently resurfaced radio interview, Rachel Dolezal, who resigned from her NAACP post after her parents revealed she was white and posing as an African-American, called for the boycott of 2014's "Exodus: Gods and Kings" because the film featured white actors portraying black characters.
When Taylor Weech, host of KYRS, asked the former Spokane NAACP president if people should boycott the Christian-Bale starring flick, Dolezal said they should.
"Hopefully nobody goes to that film. We need to boycott that film, from my perspective, because it’s miseducation, it’s misrepresentation, it’s highly offensive to the people that actually were living during that time and also to people today," Dolezal can be heard saying on a recording of the interview.
She added, "If people go to that without knowing, and again with just the typical public education system, you're going to think probably that's just what happened...and all the darker skinned people must be villains that's pretty natural we accept that under the white supremacy tradition and the lighter skin folks rule in our upper class and it's just you know really disturbing."
The uproar over Dolezal's race began last week after her parents said their daughter was white. For years, she publicly described herself as African-American or biracial. Dolezal said Tuesday on NBC's "Today" show that she identifies as African-American.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.