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Dear White People 

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At a predominantly white Ivy League college, a diverse group of students navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination.

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Justin Simien
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Series cast summary:
Logan Browning ...  Samantha White 21 episodes, 2017-2018
Brandon P Bell ...  Troy Fairbanks 21 episodes, 2017-2018
DeRon Horton ...  Lionel Higgins 21 episodes, 2017-2018
Antoinette Robertson ...  Colandrea 'Coco' Conners 21 episodes, 2017-2018
John Patrick Amedori ...  Gabe Mitchell 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Ashley Blaine Featherson ...  Joelle Brooks 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Giancarlo Esposito ...  Narrator 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Marque Richardson ...  Reggie Green 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Nia Jervier ...  Kelsey Phillips / ... 12 episodes, 2017-2018
Jemar Michael ...  Al 11 episodes, 2017-2018
Wyatt Nash ...  Kurt Fletcher 10 episodes, 2017-2018
Jeremy Tardy ...  Rashid Bakr 9 episodes, 2017-2018
Darrion Scoggins Darrion Scoggins ...  BSU Student 9 episodes, 2018
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At a predominantly white Ivy League college, a diverse group of students navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination.

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Bet you think this show is about you.

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Comedy | Drama

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USA

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English

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28 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Cara Gente Branca See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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Although 1st season structurally develops the same story of the original movie, in the series adaptation there are some considerable changes on the dramatic arc of characters Coco Conners, Troy Fairbanks and Dean Fairbanks (Troy's father). In the series Coco is well aware about the social issues in the campus and accepts her race and color, often choosing sides that better fits her personal interests, but in the movie she not only self neglect her race and color, acting as a "white chick" like her pals use to say, but also avoids relationships with others of the same color. In the movie Troy always make decisions that benefits the interest of white students because his father believes that this is the easiest way for a black man succeds in the white politics world. Although Troy's father is demanding and his influence over Troy is suffocating in both movie and TV series, in the series Mr. Fairbanks raises a totally opposite speach, now demanding his son to pursue a political career because black people needs representatives. See more »

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Spun-off from Dear White People (2014) See more »

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Say Yes to Collective Guilt
11 December 2017 | by olgavalentovaovSee all my reviews

Do you know what? This show is so stupid I can't even get mad - it would be like yelling at a puppy who peed in your shoes. If I didn't know that the people making and starring in this actually agreed with the political points presented (and if it were just a little bit more funny) I would be convinced that this was a satire - a not-so-bad parody on social justice. But alas, we are actually meant to take this seriously; and that's comedy gold in itself. Do tell me, Miss Samantha White, how you feel oppressed and marginalized in your all-black student groups (which there are at least three of on the campus), among your (almost) all-black friends, on a university with a black dean, where the only person spouting racist, divisive crap is you and your posse. The way Samantha's friends looked at her when they found out she was sleeping with a white guy tells you everything you need to know about this show. It's filled with black people doing the eye roll when somebody says "reverse racism", painful stereotypes that are somehow even more painful because this time it's black people doing it to themselves. I mean, that "movie night" or whatever that was supposed to be, was just laughable. But it did a great job of portraying all those black students as a united mass where everybody thought the same and expressed themselves in the same way. The serious use of the word "woke" in almost every scene just made me cringe. The same goes for "hetero patriarchal". These are just stupid, meaningless buzzwords invented by idiots for idiots. There is no such thing as a "black face" party. Not in this day and age and we're presented with it like it's still a thing. Though, I must admit, if I were subjected to Samantha's condescending "Dear White People" every day, I would probably be happy to slather myself in black paint and then laugh as every single woke black person lost their mind. No, god forbid a white person say the N word, but black people can belittle, condescend to and be racist to every single white person they see and it's no big deal. And then we get laughed at for saying "reverse racism". You're right, it's just racism. I know, I said I wasn't mad - I sure as hell sound like it, but I'm not. Based on the comments and the ratings and reviews, it seems that people really hate it or they really love it, and I have the feeling that everybody knew what they were getting into before even watching the show. In that, it's harmless - it's not going to make anybody switch sides - whether you hate it or love it, it'll only reinforce viewpoints you already had. It's not original, it's not new and it sure as hell isn't smart. Depending on where you stand it's a feel good show/hate-watching material. Trite, bland, useless and mindless.


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