The more americans fight for “equality” the more their nation-centric views become apparent. The more they try to ‘include’ people, the more it becomes obvious that they mean to include, exclusively their own people.
When americans say “people”, they mean “americans”.
When an american says “white people” they mean “white americans”.
When they say “people of color” they mean “non-white americans”.
Because, in a country where social status is so intrinsically linked with the color of your skin, things like “black culture” and “white culture” can exist.
On a worldwide basis, if you say “black culture”, you are ignoring the wide diversity of ‘black’ nationalities and races and cultures there are.
On a worldwide basis, if you say “white culture”, you ignore the multitude of white nationalities, peoples and cultures.
In america, you can be “x color - american”, or “asian american”.
In the rest of the world, you have an ethnicity, a nationality, and ultimately your status in life will be dictated by the class systems, racial, sex, religious and other prejudices and beliefs of the country you are living in.
And this is significantly different for every culture.
But in america, the word “morals” is synonymous with “christian morals”, and the color of your skin dictates your whole perceived culture.
Because they just wont include the rest of the world. In america, Inclusion is only for americans.
Representation in america, is about representing all kinds of americans, not all kinda of people.