What's New

Aug 28

This weekend we pause to remember the destruction of Hurricane Katrina ten years ago. The hurricane displaced over 10,000 Vietnamese Americans who were forced to flee the massive flooding...

Aug 25

The Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) is seeking a highly skilled individual with a strong background integrating advocacy, training, community engagement, and program management to join a dedicated team of passionate professionals working on social justice issues impacting Southeast Asian American (SEAA) communities. 

Aug 12

Protesters are rallying now in San Francisco to tell ICE to release Chea Bou from detention and stop his deportation. 

Aug 11

Today marks the 15th anniversary of Executive Order 13166, "Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency," issued by President Clinton in 2000.

Aug 11

Tomorrow, August 12, at 10am, SEARAC will join the Asian Law Caucus, Chinese for Affirmative Action, the Ecology Center, and the East Bay Community Law Center to host a rally in front of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office at 630 Sansome St. in San Francisco to demand that ICE use prosecutorial discretion to release Chea Bou and Daniel Maher - both long-time residents of the Bay area.

Aug 11

The Education Policy Intern would provide research and administrative support to help further the advocacy work of the SEARAC Education Team at the national, state, and local levels.

Aug 6

SEARAC is conducting a community survey to understand what our programs and services mean to members of the Southeast Asian American community, and how we can continue to grow as an organization.

Jul 30

MayKao Y. Hang serves as the President and CEO of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, and has devoted her life to bringing social and economic justice to Southeast Asian American communities and beyond.

Jul 27

The Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) is excited to announce our first-annual Leadership, Empowerment, and Advocacy Fellowship (LEAF) for experienced advocates! 

Jul 23

Last week, President Obama addressed the need for "smart" reform to the country's criminal justice system. Among his recommendations were the elimination of mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent drug convictions, the use of policies that promote judicial discretion, and expanded access to opportunity for at-risk youth.