Racial Discrimination is one of the most regarded sensitive topics. Being in the 21st Century and still having discrimination based on skin color or a place shouldn’t have been regarded at all. George Floyd is an example of discrimination that cannot be proven any good to society. Sadly, high-school adults are also learning this trait of discriminating against a person based on skin color.
The High-School Drama “Dear White People” clearly has proven that this isn’t a trait which people should be proud of. The trait of Discriminating Black People, the trait of sidelining African-Americans when it comes to better career opportunities. The drama sheds light on how to deal with discrimination decisively and by becoming upfront about your point.
Created by Justin Simien, who also serves as the Executive Producer of the series, adapted this high-school drama from the critically acclaimed movie that received tons of appraisal named “Dear White People,” released back in 2014. This Netflix Original Series was initially released on April 28, 2017, and till now has completed 3 Seasons and is going to premiere Dear White People Volume 4 this September 2021. The Series has been indexed with an IMDB rating of 6.2/10 and has received 95% of Rotten Tomatoes.
Starring Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, DeRon Horton, Antoinette Robertson, John Patrick Amedori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Marque Richardson, DJ Blickenstaff, and Giancarlo Esposito in their respective lead roles.
The Brief of “Dear White People”
Narrated by Giancarlo Esposito, the story is set at Winchester University, which is largely occupied by white students. The large ratio of students is white. A Group of Students get enrolled in the University who were African Americans.
As soon as they started going to university, they faced discrimination in various spheres such as they weren’t allowed to play the lead in any cultural programs, they weren’t allowed to elect themselves for any student council elections, frequently trapped in pranks and politics, and worst no white student ever join hands with them for friendship.
Through the Series, the lead characters show how difficult it is to deal with Racial Racism, and even after getting out of it, what is Post-Racial Racism affects.
When would “Dear White People Volume 4” Air on Netflix?
Netflix had already announced that Dear White People Volume 4 will get released on September 22, 2021, (Wednesday) at 12:00 a.m. ET and will have ten episodes this season. The Official Teaser Trailer of Dear White People Volume 4 was released on August 17, 2021, on the official YouTube channel of Netflix.
The cast is thought to be the same this season as well. The cast that would return is Sam (played by Logan Browning), Troy (played by Brandon P. Bell), Reggie (played by Marque Richardson), Coco (played by Antoinette Robertson), Lionel (played by DeRon Horton), Gabe (played by John Patrick Amedori), and Joelle (played by Ashley Blaine Featherson).
Some of the new faces will also be the same, like Karamo Brown and Rome Flynn. Rome Flynn would be playing the role of David, and maybe he would be having a relationship with Coco (played by Antoinette Robertson).
It is recommended that if you all want to watch the series, you need to take the Netflix Subscription. Our advice is to not miss Volume 4 of Dear White People.