No it isn't for just oh so very many reasons. It's... It's just really really not. This isn't the thread for "why" but if you want to Pm or get a new thread I'll run you through the myriad of reasons.
Sure, I'm very interested in hearing your point of view either here or via PM.
Perhaps you are considering the argument that Star Wars employs stereotypes in their characters? I think the same thing applies to some degree. Nobody's work is %100 original. We all draw on our experience when creating something new. To a certain extent, the art will reflect the artist's experience and to a certain extent, the viewer's perception is partially constructed from or biased by their own life experience. What I have an issue with is people screaming malice when there's no clear ( note, I said clear, not murky ) indication that a work was deliberately racist or employing *negative* stereotypes.
Some might argue that similarities to existing races and stereotypes might make the characters more relatable, endearing or believable. When you think about it, if Star Wars used characters that were so far removed from what we call life that we did not recognize anything about them, then those characters might not work very well socially. You would have a very hard time trading a stereotypical half naked woman ( Read: Princess Leah) with an oozing slime colony or a sun-hot plasma based creature. (Jaba was a terrible stretch imho) At what point may the author draw inspiration from her/his/their (P.C. for the win) world with having their reputation torn up and stepped on?
We could say that the creators of The Brady Bunch were racist in that they neglected to include black people in their show, however, even if they decided to make the family racially mixed and made half of the kids black and half of them white, then our Asian, French and Belgian friends might argue the same - that their race was not fairly represented. Eventually, we end up having each kid, parent and blue collar worker in the show being a mix of 20 or so races in order to accommodate everyone. ( We might also need to make Mrs. Brady head of the household to appease the feminists in the crowd ). This just gets silly after a while. You can't please everyone.