SPOKANE, Wash. — Rachel A. Dolezal, the former N.A.A.C.P. president here who has been under fire for falsely identifying herself as a black woman, emerged at the center of a separate controversy Wednesday when the mayor of Spokane, David A. Condon, called for her and two others to resign from the city’s Office of the Police Ombudsman commission.
Ms. Dolezal is the chairwoman of the commission, a voluntary body that serves as a confidential group, providing oversight on matters related to police conduct. But according to an independent city report released Wednesday, Ms. Dolezal and two fellow commissioners failed to safeguard secret informa...
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