How Sonequa Martin-Green became the first black lead of Star Trek:

‘My casting says the sky is the limit for all’

Miss Martin-Green is not the first black lead of Star Trek. Avery Brooks was filling those space boots nearly 25 years ago. And when it came to Benjamin Sisko, the sky was never his limit. As one of the franchises’ all time best characters, he trekked among the stars.

Note: After getting called out for the shoddy reporting The Independent changed their story to “How Sonequa Martin-Green became the first black female lead of Star Trek”

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
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It’s gone from Star Trek, to Star Dreck. 35 minutes of socialist propaganda of how SJWs saved the universe by showing how to run and hide.

KimmyQueen
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Uhura anyone? If not the show… the new movie

Racer X
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Soon the leftist media will have to move on to such titles as “How Sonequa Martin-Green became the first black female with high blood pressure and a cleft palate lead of Star Trek.”

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Don’t they teach this idiot writers to do any research other than Wikipedia? The news is full of soooo much bullshit and lies nowadays it’s hard to believe any of it.