Dear White People
Views My Own
I’m Over the Blacksplaining Going on in Film and Television
Many stories around the black experience aren’t being told for black people.
Logan Browning Doesn’t Care If You Can’t Relate To ‘Dear White People’
“It’s our world and we’re literally giving you a reflection of it. So, if you got an issue, turn it outwards.”
'Dear White People' Totally Failed With Its Lone African Character
Rashid was not multi-dimensional in any manner. He was the representation of the simple African that Western media has spent years cultivating
'Dear White People' Is Hilarious, Real, and Necessary
Justin Simien's sequel isn't just a television show, but an act of revolution.
Hollywood: The Next Chapter
Why Netflix Has Decided to Make Diversity a Top Priority
The streaming service is launching multiple shows that feature predominantly non-white casts. Creators and executives explain why now, more than ever, this is what they are focusing on.
We Talked to the Director of 'Dear White People' About Race, Identity, and Black Cinema
After launching scores of think pieces this summer, <i>Dear White People</i> is actually in theaters and it's one of the most thoughtful films about race in a long time. Writer/director Justin Simien chatted with us about his thoughts on a third way in...