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  1. We’ve reviewed “Dear White People” at Resisting Defamation and we note that it falls into the same two traps of ignoring the richly-textured diversity of the diverse white Americans, and it deliberately refuses to refer to us as Americans.

    Were this film other than a part of the anti-white narrative that is so celebrated, it would take care to reference the diversity of each of the demographics involved and have the respect to include “American” in our label. We know media, entertainment, and academia have no problem attaching “American” as a suffix to Asian Americans and African Americans, so we know it is intentional.

    It is strange how every public effort is made, explicitly or implicitly, to suppress mention of our own diversity and nationality while treating us as a “typical white person” as then-US Senator Obama categorized his own grandmother.

    Try a little harder in this era that worships diversity to find it among all demographics along with their nationality.