What's New

Nov 29
Last month, over 150 Southeast Asian American leaders, advocates, organizers, direct service providers, students, elders, and allies came together in Washington, DC, for three special days.  We learned from and inspired each other. We healed. And we strengthened our Southeast Asian American community power. It wasn't just a conference. It was a homecoming.
Nov 28

Show that your heart lies with the strength, power, and resilience of our Cambodian, Hmong, Lao, and Vietnamese American communities by giving a gift of $50 today.

Nov 27

Federal, state, and local elected officials from California are publicly denouncing the unprecedented roundups and detentions of Cambodian and Vietnamese American refugees and community members. The roundups escalated in October, following threats by the Trump Administration to take aggressive action to deport immigrants with old criminal convictions.

Nov 16

"Some Republicans want to turn the dreams of immigrant young people into nightmares," said Quyen Dinh, executive director of SEARAC. "We strongly support a bi-partisan DREAM Act, but we reject some lawmakers' attempt to turn the DREAM Act into an excuse to jail more immigrant families and take parents away from their children. We call on Congressional leaders to have the courage to do the right thing for our communities."

Nov 8

Sacramento, CA - Asian American and Pacific Islander Boys and Men of Color Coalition Helping Achieve Racial and Gender Equity (CHARGE) is proud to release preliminary findings from a groundbreaking report based on a statewide survey of Asian American & Pacific Islander youth ages 12-30. The California Asian American and Pacific Islander Youth Report reveals that AAPI youth across diverse communities report high rates of bullying and discrimination, but youth from certain AAPI subgroups face significantly higher rates of economic insecurity and violence, and lack positive mental health supports to cope with these challenges.

Nov 3

Open Enrollment for affordable health coverage through the Affordable Care Act began yesterday, November 1. From now until December 15, you will be able to renew or enroll in health insurance for 2018 if you do not already have coverage through your job, Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, or another type of health coverage.