Star WarsIt is standing for its new Inquisitor. 

After Moses Ingram—who plays former Jedi-turned-Imperial Inquisitor Reva Sevander in Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi—received racist and hateful messages online following the May 27 series premiere, the franchise stood up for her on social media.

We are honored to have Moses Ingram as our guest. Star Wars“Reva’s family is excited to see the story unfold,” said Reva. official Star Wars account tweeted on May 30. “If someone intends to make her feel uncomfortable, there is only one way to respond: We resist!”

The account also followed up with any questions regarding their message. a matter-of-fact message: “There are more than 20 million sentient species in the Star WarsGalaxy, you don’t have to choose to be racist.”

The premiere of Obi Wan KenobiMoses posted some of the disgusting messages that she received via Instagram. Some were racist and asked why Moses was hired. They were numerous, she said.

There is nothing anyone can do to stop this. Moses posted a clip on Instagram stating that there is nothing anyone can do to end this hatred. I question why you are even here, stating that such things are happening. “I don’t know.”