Recent developments include Obi-Wan Kenobi‘s Moses IngramThe racist attack on Ingram, a Black man, prompted Disney to issue an official statement. We are pleased to have Moses Ingram as our guest at the Star WarsReva is loved by her family, and we are excited to see the story unfold.” Star WarsTwitter account on May 30. We have one word to say to anyone who wants to make her feel unwelcome: “We resist.”

The account added in a separate tweet, “There are more than 20 million sentient species in the Star WarsGalaxy, you don’t have to choose to be racist.”

The next day was Ewan McGregor recorded a video discouraging cyberbullying. “I wanted to just say, as the main actor, and as an executive producer, that we stand by Moses. He stated that he loved Moses. He said, “If you send her bullying messages, then you are no longer Moses.” Star Wars fan in my mind. “There’s no room for racism in the world.”