DAILYKENN.com -- Ever notice that "racism" is always presumed to be whites vs non-whites?
Isn't that anti-white racism?
Taking away: Casting a white person as a white character is racism. Casting a white person as an East Asian character is racism.
Sandra Oh is Korean whose parents moved to Canada to immerse themselves in white racism. Apparently.
From people.com ▼
In reflection of her career in Hollywood, [Sandra] Oh believes she was “brainwashed” after so many years in the entertainment business.
“After being told to see things a certain way for decades, you realize, ‘Oh my god! They brainwashed me!’ I was brainwashed! So that was a revelation to me,” says Oh.
Although she has experienced the effects of racism throughout her acting journey, she believes in the power of positive perspective for minority performers.
“It’s changing the mindset that being an actor of color, person of color, that you’re at a disadvantage in the creative life. That you don’t have opportunity. It’s all how you see the opportunity. And the clearer and deeper you get into what you really want, you just become a better artist. If that’s what you really want — becoming a better artist — does that include access? Does that include having 5 billion Instagram followers? I don’t know. That’s for you to decide,” she tells Vulture.
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