Dear White People Is Hilarious, Real, and Necessary
Pilot Viruet | Vice
“All of these characters are honest and multi-dimensional, tasked with navigating the gap between how they see themselves and how others see them, while constantly code-switching throughout the day. They’re also fully aware of their contradictions in a specific way central to our culture: admitting to secretly streaming The Cosby Show, raging against Apple’s slave labor while scrolling through an iPhone. Dear White People is very much about our culture—it’s not a show made with white people’s comfort in mind, nor should it be—which is what makes it so remarkable and affecting.”