Oh, great...another "white guilt" Avatar critique. The film isn't really about racism so much as it is about colonialism, which obviously has a racial aspect to it, but it isn't like the humans keep Na'vi as servants and what-have-you. If you think that article's riding that horse a bit too hard, you should read [link=http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2009/12/good_news_for_avatar_armond_wh.html]Armond White's review in New York Magazine.[/link] God, can you imagine how much he would have lost his **** if the Na'vi were black? Armond's take on race and racism in movies has no consistent throughline whatsoever. It changes from film to film, retrofitted to match his edgy thesis.