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Dean Tritobia Hayes Benjamin, a specialist on black women in the arts, questioned whether Dolezal was qualified as a white woman to tell this type of story.

Dolezal created a fountain sculpture installed in a downtown Spokane location in June 2005.

In 2007, while working as an art teacher at School Indigo in Coeur d'Alene, Dolezal collaborated with children to make five works for a "Rights of the Child" exhibit, by the Human Rights Education Institute. Dolezal applied for the position of chair of the Office of the Police Ombudsman Commission in Spokane in May 2014, and was subsequently appointed by mayor David Condon.

After Belhaven, she attended Howard University, a historically black college in Washington, D.

C., completing a Master of Fine Arts degree there in 2002.

On June 18, 2015 the Spokane City Council voted unanimously to remove Dolezal from her position as chair of the Police Ombudsman Commission.

The city council accepted the resignation of one other member and granted another member a continuance.