I remember the stifling white male ideas of the future - I grew up with Heinlein and Bester and Herbert and Clarke. They had interesting ideas but their viewpoint was very narrow. Even, say, John Varley's genderqueer future, even Iain M. Banks', felt imagined by a straight cis white man. Sometime in the last decade or two it seems like publishers have realized that different people have different viewpoints, and those are varied and interesting.
I'm not sure how much I should consider Asimov an exception - he was Jewish, and Jewish folks have historically and currently been a target of racists - Naomi Novik's Spinning Silver is heartbreaking because of the historically accurate anti-Semitism the protagonist and her family face - but in North American culture Jews are often "white enough", and Asimov's writing could "pass for white", at least to my teenage eyes. (I'm a WASP but my high school was 45% Jewish.)
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