What's New

Nov 19

While we await President Obama's promised announcement on administrative relief for undocumented families, we remain concerned about the humanitarian crisis of children and families fleeing violence in Central America. 

Nov 18

SEARAC supports a network of partners across California that are certified to provide in-person, in-language assistance to Southeast Asian families who need help accessing health care.

Nov 17






The open enrollment period of the ACA (also known as Obamacare) begins Saturday, November 15. 

Nov 13

SEAAs run for office, people over prisons in CA, and warning signs for our communities. 

Nov 5

With only a few weeks before Covered California re-opens for enrollment, the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) is excited to release its assessment on the first year of Covered California implementation

Nov 5
SEARAC and the National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC) were joined today by 9 other national Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations in releasing a letter calling on President Obama to meet directly with AAPI community members who live with the threat of deportation every day.
Nov 4

Gearing up for open enrollment, ACTober Day, spotlight on Long Beach, and more...

Sep 15

We have great news!  Because of a groundswell of community support and broad-based advocacy, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) granted Touch Hak a one-year stay of removal! Touch was scheduled to be deported to Cambodia on September 4, 2014, but instead was released from the South Texas Detention Facility last week and allowed to travel home to California to be with his family for one year.

Aug 27

We recently learned that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may deport Touch Hak to Cambodia by the end of August.  Call: ICE Deputy Director Daniel Ragsdale at 202-732-3000