I never chime in on race-related things, mainly because I see no difference in people. It occurred to me recently that when I was a little kid, my favorite comic book characters were the Falcon and the Black Panther. I didn't care what danged color they were...they were just good guys
For what it's worth, I'm convinced that Star Trek
helped my little kid mind form its world view. Kirk's remark to Alexander in Plato's Stepchildren
about "Where I come from, size, shape and color makes no difference." really resonated with me.
Modern media is so pathologically obsessed with portraying so-called divisions (white/black/rich/poor/right/left/male/female) that it's reached way beyond absurd, and I'm sure does far more harm than good. I refuse to play that game.
In Star Trek II
, Captain Terrell made the ultimate sacrifice to basically defeat the plan of Khan. He didn't "fail to serve his master"...in his own way he beat him!