Rachel Dolezal -- the NAACP chapter president in Spokane, Wash., whose racial identity has been called into question -- met with Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby last month.
The Spokane NAACP posted a series of photos to Twitter on May 22 of Dolezal's meeting with Mosby and featured a photo of the pair on the chapter's website.
"President Dolezal meeting up with Marilyn Mosby, who will be attending the #NAACP2015AnnualConvention," the group tweeted.
Mosby's office declined to comment on the meeting.
According to a report in the Spokane Spokesman-Review, Dolezal's mother claims her daughter has mixed European heritage with "traces" of Native American ancestry. She accused her daughter of portraying herself as African-American since about 2006.
The national office of the NAACP, which is headquartered in Baltimore, issued a statement today in support of Dolezal.
"NAACP Spokane Washington Branch President Rachel Dolezal is enduring a legal issue with her family, and we respect her privacy in this matter. One’s racial identity is not a qualifying criteria or disqualifying standard for NAACP leadership," the group wrote. "The NAACP Alaska-Oregon-Washington State Conference stands behind Ms. Dolezal’s advocacy record."