Netflix's comedy Dear White People pushes the envelope in many ways, and Season 2 gave us a half hour of pure catharsis as Sam Logan Browning and Gabe John Patrick Amedori fought through their feelings in the recording studio. The bottle episode — featuring several long takes, heated arguments, and a heartbreaking conclusion — gets Browning and Amedori on their feet, exploring their characters' relationship through physicality and movement as much as Justin Simien and Jack Moore's scorching words. This is a conversation that starts with "Are you aware of your white savior complex?
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Dear White People is an American comedy-drama television series on Netflix that follows several black college students at an Ivy League institution, touching on issues surrounding modern American race relations. It is based on the film of the same name. Each episode focuses on a particular character, except for the finale. Netflix ordered ten minute episodes and the first season was released on April 28, The first two seasons of the series have been released to critical acclaim. The site's critical consensus reads, "Timely, provocative, and sharply written, Dear White People is an entertaining blend of social commentary and incisive humor. The site's critical consensus reads, " Dear White People ' s endearing excellence returns, but with an added layer of emotional maturity that enhances the show's powerful, relevant meditations on race relations in America. Peter Debruge, writing for Variety , praised the show's writing, directing, social commentary, and cast.
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Like its debut season least year, the second season of Dear White People tackles a slew of issues from abortion to sexuality, all while continuing to add nuance to its discussion of race in America. The new season begins with Armstrong-Parker getting a sudden and unwanted surge of fresh white faces, and the boisterous Samantha White Logan Browning dealing with her own post-protest-turned-disaster blues from Season 1, which results in her becoming the target of a slew of alt-right social media trolls. But one of the most interesting parts of Dear White People Season 2 is Sam and Gabe's fallout , and their discussion about the differences between white allyship and white saviors. It's an interaction that's powerful because it could inspire those in interracial relationships — both romantic and familial — to continue having frank discussions about race. Dear White People continues to be a show that thoughtfully dissects the experience of black bodies in white spaces. It gives viewers an honest portrayal of the black intellectual plight, without feeling the need to pander to respectability politics , or go out of its way to define language specific to the black community, as many other shows about the black experience do too often. Though meant to entertain the masses, I can't help but to feel as if Dear White People was written for people like me — educated and unapologetically black, sometimes to a fault. And during a time when stories about white families who are extremely dismissive of anything non-white are not only being rebooted, but praised by problematic politicians , having a show such as Dear White People helps me to feel both seen and heard.