"If you can try to find your way and stay strong, and realize that that's the person with the problem rather than you, then I think you'll be okay."
I first heard about Kim when reading her interview with Zeit Online about racism in Berlin.
The number and the diversity of comments surprised me. Ranging from the “this can’t be true because I never saw it happening” to people writing lengthy apologies.
What seemed clear is that the online community felt they could contribute to the debate of racism in our globalised societies. That’s great. It was also clear that some were also insulting Kim on the article or her blog - without actually getting to know what her opinion was all about.