ABC Family will be releasing a show titled "Fresh off the Boat" as a mid-season replacement this fall. The show is aimed at the idea of an immigrant family, and the kinds of situations they might face, specifically in urban society. Specifically, the show focuses on the ways that a family moving from a culturally diverse, urban center deals with when they enter a largely white, suburban community. The show touches on many very real issues. What I liked most about the trailer was the way that they portrayed a different kind of racism compared to outright dislike for a race. Instead, they showed the poking and prodding that can occur that people think of as only "curiosities." When these curiosities are only seen in someone of a different race, it becomes a kind of less extreme racism. This kind of racism is often ignored, and thus people don't realize how it can affect children who are growing up with it--how it skews their understanding of races and cultures by both perpetrator and recipient. I can't want to see what the full show does with this complexity--hopefully, it'll help people realize more kinds of racism that we shouldn't' be propagating.