TV Series Collected Quotes & .Gifs: Dear White People

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In this post, you’ll find collected quotes, and .gifs, from the Netflix program: Dear White People. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy what you find.

Season 1

We can go slow. I just want to go somewhere.
Chapter I


Sometimes being carefree and black is an act of revolution.
Chapter V


As soon as you double down on you blackness they will double down on their bullshit.
Chapter VI


[…] public victims don’t have time to grieve because their trauma is immediately politicized, especially with social media and the 24-hour news cycle. It’s a lot.
Chapter VI


Don’t deny the world the truth about yourself just because it’s good.
Chapter IX

Season 2

So the world isn’t acting the way you thought it would. But we don’t see things the way they are, we see them the way we are.
Chapter 1


I’m a good person who doesn’t pose a threat, but they see me as one, and that is a threat to me.
Chapter 2


I’m always weird. It’s not really situation-dependent.
Chapter 3


It’s like the gay First Commandment. “Do unto others as has been done unto you.”
Chapter 3


You can’t be neutral on a moving train.
Chapter 4


Having a choice doesn’t make that choice easier to make.
— Chapter 4


[The] only thing they love more than saying they gave one of us a chance is seeing us squander it.
Chapter 5


Free speech is more important than its content.
Chapter 7


The truth is often elusive.
Chapter 8


[the] system [is] not some distant, separate thing. It is literally regular people making decisions. Some decide to enable it and others don’t.
Chapter 8


It’s easier to fight an enemy you can see.
Chapter 8


Is this a movement or a primal scream?
Chapter 8


If it all seems very confusing to you, you’re probably just seeing it clearly.
Chapter 9

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