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Reggie Green is a character on the Netflix original series Dear White People. He is portrayed by Marque Richardson in the TV adaptation and in the original film.


Reggie Green grew up inspired by his father, a war veteran. Passionate and intelligent, he presents himself as a visionary for his friends at Armstrong-Parker. During his rite to begin a movement at Winchester University to acknowledge racism on campus, Reggie sought the help of media student Samantha White, unaware of her relationship status at the time.

Upon the rough introduction one night with Gabe Mitchell, Reggie gradually distanced himself from Sam and was heavily supported by Joelle Brooks. When his life was threatened by an officer for not showing his ID card, he withdrew from interacting with friends, venting his emotions in poetry.


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For the poems recited, see Poetry

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Winchester Student Body
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Garmin House Kurt Fletcher
Webster House
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