New Star Trek Series To Feature Cultural Enrichment
Star Trek has always pushed race mixing, diversity and cultural enrichment. They just haven’t pushed it to this level before.
A new Star Trek series dubbed Star Trek: Discovery is going to center around a Black female character from The Walking Dead named Sonequa Martin-Green. It also is set to feature a female Asian ship captain played by Michelle Yeoh.
Whites need to boycott this garbage. Send a strong message that we are tired of this diversity agenda being crammed down our throats. We’ve gotten to the point where any show that features a cast with an all White or a majority White cast is automatically considered hateful etc..
The Walking Dead star Sonequa Martin-Green is boldly going to CBS All Access.
The actress, currently a series regular on the AMC zombie drama, has booked the starring role on Star Trek: Discovery, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. CBS All Access and producers CBS Television Studios declined comment.
Martin-Green — who will continue to portray fierce survivor Sasha on Walking Dead as a series regular — will play a lieutenant commander on Discovery. It’s also worth noting that Walking Dead has already wrapped production on its current seventh season and, should Martin-Green’s Sasha survive, wouldn’t return to production until summer 2017.
The CBS All Access show features the franchise’s Enterprise, now known as the U.S.S. Discovery. The drama will introduce new characters seeking new worlds and new civilizations while exploring the dramatic contemporary themes that have been a signature of the franchise since its inception in 1966.