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Rachel Dolezal Now Sells Homemade Lollipops Online

Washington state civil rights advocate Rachel Dolezal is seen in the NBC's "Today" show studios in Manhattan, New York June 16, 2015. Dolezal, who has been accused of falsely claiming she is African-American, said on Tuesday she identifies as black and has been doing so since she was 5 years of age. Dolezal, in an interview on NBC's "Today" television show, said a major shift in her identity came when she was doing human rights work in Idaho and newspaper stories described her as transracial, biracial and black. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithWashington state civil rights advocate Rachel Dolezal is seen in the NBC's "Today" show studios in Manhattan, New York June 16, 2015. Dolezal, who has been accused of falsely claiming she is African-American, said on Tuesday she identifies as black and has been doing so since she was 5 years of age. Dolezal, in an interview on NBC's "Today" television show, said a major shift in her identity came when she was doing human rights work in Idaho and newspaper stories described her as transracial, biracial and black. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP activist known for posing as a black woman despite being white, now sells homemade lollipops online and is open for business as of Tuesday.

Dolezal now works as a lollipop artisan, according to her website. The lollipops from her “Gimme Some Sugar” line come in a variety of flavors including cherry bourbon, bubblegum, and grape soda. A five-pack is $7.99 and a 10-pack is $15.99

“Since I was in the 4th grade, I made lollipops to sell at school to earn money to pay for new shoes and clothes,” Dolezal wrote on her website, claiming she has always had a knack for lollipop-making, reported the New York Post.

Dolezal also advertised for her new brand on Twitter Tuesday.

“Orders open Nov. 14,” wrote Dolezal on Facebook.

Dolezal’s website also sells unique gifts such as Melanin Spectrum Dolls and a new book called “Ebony Tresses,” which discusses African-American hair.

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