For other uses, see Dear White People (disambiguation)

Dear White People is the college radio show of Samantha White on the Netflix series Dear White People. The controversies surrounding the title and content of the show are a driving factor in many important plot points and conflicts. Sam's purpose in creating the show was to point out both major and minor racist incidents on campus.

The show is popular enough to draw criticism from the humor/satire publication Pastiche.


"'Dear White People' is a misnomer. My show is meant to articulate the feelings of a misrepresented group outside the majority."
Sam on her radio show[src]
The idea for this show most likely came from banter between Coco Conners and Samantha White when they were friends. The two would exchange comments with the phrase "Dear white people..." followed by a clever quip about the ignorance of white people.


Appropriate Halloween Costumes

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Troy Fairbanks and Coco Conners

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On "Reverse Racism"

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Post-Gestein Party

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Reggie Green's Poem

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Winchester News & Publications
Dear White PeopleThe IndependentPastiche

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