Dear White People season 1
Dear White People is a serial adaptation of the eponymous satirical movie, 2014. This is a story about how to black students live at the university, where mostly white people study. The main heroine of Netflix’s tv series Dear White People is a mulatto named Samantha White. Her father is white and her mother is black. Samantha studies at the prestigious “white” University, which is part of the Ivy League. However, colored people also study at this University, and they even have their own campus. In addition, Samantha works part time on the local student radio. She conducts her own show called “Dear White People!”. The heroine of the series Dear White People attracts by her sharp tongue and racial questions, which she covers in her programs, the attention of the university leadership in the 1 season. Then Samantha White wins the election for the head of her black campus, which causes an increase in tension. The apogee of the season 1 “Dear White People” is a party which organized by a white student named Kurt Fletcher. He is the son of the University President. The idea of this amusing party was that it was made exclusively for white people. However, all of them should appear at a party in a black makeup. Learning about this, the black students considered this insulting for themselves. That’s why they came to the white party and organize a grandiose brawl.
As college radio host Samantha White leads the outcry over a blackface party by a campus fraternity, a revelation about her love life puts her in an awkward spot.
Buoyed by his front-page story on the blackface party, shy reporter Lionel begins to come out of his shell and embrace his true identity.
Golden boy Troy schmoozes his way around campus at his father's behest, campaigning for student body president. But his smile hides nagging doubts.
As Coco gears up for an exclusive soiree, a fight with Sam stirs up memories of their friendship; and the differences that drove them apart.
Friends drag Reggie out on the town to stop him from brooding over the revolution and Sam's new beau. But the night takes a harrowing turn.
Shell-shocked, Sam and company plan a protest against the campus police, while Reggie finds his own way to process the ordeal.
Picking up on the chemistry between Sam and Reggie, Gabe obsesses over the state of his relationship; and makes a startling confession to Joelle.
To show just how pervasive Winchester's race problems are, Lionel sets out to write a feature on Troy and makes some unexpected discoveries.
Coco jumps at the chance to join Troy at a party for wealthy donors, but the evening leaves her questioning his priorities.