Christian Chin is a youth pastor and a student at Seattle Pacific Seminary. He is a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle with a degree in Asian American Studies and political science. He is passionate about exploring issues of racial justice and Asian American identity. He loves Korean dramas and is following eight different weekly dramas currently running in Korea.

Black Pain and Korean Empathy
Remembering Latasha Harlins and Building Bridges
By Christian Chin

I was in sixth grade when the killing of Latasha Harlins became national news. Latasha Harlins was a 15-year-old Black teenager who went to a Korean-owned liquor store in South Central, Los Angeles, to buy some orange juice.