Maybe 'The Book of Boba Fett' is about Tusken reparations

Maybe 'The Book of Boba Fett' is about Tusken reparations

In the Star Wars film trilogies, Tusken Raiders are cartoon native villains. They’re identified as one of the native sentient species of Tatooine who first appear in A New Hope, where they attack Luke Skywalker for no reason until Obi-Wan scares them away with dragon noises. In Attack of the Clones they raid the Lars farm, kill Shmi Skywalker, and experience a little Dark Side genocide at the hands of Anakin Skywalker, and that’s pretty much it. They’re faceless indigenous stereotypes, introduced as senselessly violent. While not deserving of Anakin’s slaughter, they’re considered disposable enough for a Galactic senator — Luke and Leia’s mom! — to have zero problems marrying a guy who admits to killing “every single one of them…the women and children too.”Season 2 of The Mandalorian reintroduced the Tusken Raiders with a little more humanity. For the first time, they communicate cross-species with sign language and are

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