The “Star Wars” account tweeted, “If anyone wants to make her feel unpleasant, we have to say one thing: we will resist.” “There are more than 20 million sentient beings in the Star Wars galaxy. Do not choose to be racist
“I had a stomach ache to hear this was happening,” Macrigor said in the video. “We stand with Moses. We love Moses.”
“And if you send threatening messages to her, you are not a ‘Star Wars’ fan in my mind,” he added.
Ingram has posted many examples of racist news and comments on Instagram, he has received hundreds of messages, some of which include the N-word.
“No one can do anything about it. No one can do anything to stop this hatred,” he said in a video posted to him. Instagram stories
“The thing that bothers me is this feeling, I have to shut my mouth and take it, I have to bear it with a smile. I’m not built like that,” she continued. “Thanks for the comments and the people who show up for me where I haven’t put myself. For everyone else, you’re different.”
Following the introduction of “Star Wars”, Ingram’s experiences have become a trend – actors John Boega
And Kelly Marie Tron
They have also spoken out about the racist hatred they have received since appearing in the “Star Wars” movies.
Tron, the first woman to play a lead role in the movie “Star Wars”, wrote an op-ed in the New York Times about the harassment she suffered after starring in “The Last Jedi” in 2017. The hatred was so intense that Tron left social media Spent time on treatment
Earlier, in 2014, Boego’s appearance appeared in the trailer for “The Force Awakens”. A whole social media movement
Of #BlackStormtrooper, many responded to his performance with skepticism and racist comments.
Radhika Maria of CNN contributed to this report.
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