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If it isn't obvious by now, we're totally in love with Martha Stewart.
Especially on a day like Thursday when someone as fabulous as Nia Long stops by she and the guest are instantly simpatico. Nia chats up her new movie, ," Martha explained in that fabulous (albeit affected) Philadelphia mainlne accent. have accomplished so much." Martha Stewart loves it when the sistaz come on and we love watching her when there's some flava in the kitchen.
And in the process, she issues a public apology to Gabe.
This episode is basically a retelling of the events leading up to the controversial Dear Black People party from Lionel’s perspective.
It’s confirmed that she did indeed have dick-related plans, but said dick is not attached to Reggie.
The true identity of ‘Summer Bae’ is a white guy named Gabe Mitchell (John Patrick Amedori).
Sam, is a junior media studies major and one of the few Black students at Winchester.
As such, she is often on the receiving end of racial microaggressions and expresses her frustrations as the host of a weekly campus radio show called “Dear White People.” The all-white members of Pastiche are “butt hurt” about the show and decide to throw a Dear Black People party in protest.
It’s the internal thoughts that people have about groups that are different from their own, and how they talk about those differences with people within our own race or ethnic group.
If you’re looking for an easily identifiable villain and saving grace in the form of a “good” protagonist, you’re in the wrong place.
This show does not rest it’s laurels on the false notion that only bad people are racist and good people can’t possibly be that way.
Samantha White, the main character, is a biracial student at Winchester University.
She struggles with her own identity as a mixed race person while holding white people accountable as a student activist, and on her campus radio show "Dear White People." When a blackface party is thrown on campus, the racial tensions that some folks pretended didn’t exist are suddenly out in the open for everyone to see.
This prompts major side-eyes from Sam's fellow caucus members. But it is ultimately her own embarrassment about his race that is causing her discomfort.