The Star Trek Trek franchise created a future in which nobody cared about skin color or gender, where every belief at least got along thanks to mutual respect. But in the myriad of problems we’ve seen involving Star Trek Discovery behind the scenes, could how it’s being promoted, at least in the early days, go against those ideals?

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  1. Sean says:

    I believe that in a futuristic United States…meaning 100 to 200 years from now, there won’t really be “races”. Due to the large amount of interracial/interethnic marriages/dating/coupling that continues to increase each year, I predict that in a futuristic Star Trek World, most people will have a light brown color due to having ancestors who were white, black, Latino, Asian, and Native. There won’t really be a lot of people who are “pure” white, “pure” black, “pure” Asian, “pure” Native, etc. (Latino is already a mix of many ancestries depending upon what part of Latin America the person’s culture is from). So if anything, casting for a Star Trek world would be more realistic in having multiracial actors and actresses play the roles. Because 100 to 200 years from now, I predict that the majority of people in America will be multiracial.


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