Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)

Photo courtesy of Berta Romero

Photo courtesy of Berta Romero

Photo courtesy of Berta Romero

Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia (CAGP)
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Nov 30 "Tell me about yourself."
Alyssa Tulabut

“Tell me about yourself.” This opening question to any interview was always the most dreaded to me. It required me to be a lot of things: concise, captivating, and clear about who I was. The first, I could practice. The second, I could well enough fake. The third, that’s where the trouble came. 

Oct 31 Mini-LAT in Seattle to Keep Cambodian Families Together
Sina Sam

Washington State Cambodian American communities have been deeply shaken by the recent raids of beloved family and friends for potential deportation to Cambodia. A total of eight local men from the Seattle and Tacoma area were swept up in the most recent raids and may be deported as early as November. In response, a group of activists held a mini Leadership & Advocacy Training (LAT) on October 11 in the Seattle area focused on addressing this crisis of deportation.

What's New

Jan 18

Join SEARAC as we march for equity and justice with NAPAWF, NAKASEC, APALA-DC, and hundreds of other Asian American and Pacific Islanders. Because our communities stand for love, not hate. #WhyIMarch

Jan 15
Today we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his powerful movement for racial justice and socioeconomic equity that changed our nation forever. Today we also prepare for the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump, who rose to power on promises to make America "great" again by attacking the hard-fought civil rights of immigrants, communities of color, LGBT communities, and Muslims.

Jan 12

Cambodian American Lundy Khoy refuses to be silent. Since Trump announced that he would immediately deport two million "criminal immigrants" upon taking office, Lundy has told her own story in the New York Times, on CNN, and last night on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (above) about being a mom, a self-advocate, and an immigrant with an old criminal conviction that could make her vulnerable to Trump's attacks.