What's New

Jan 26

SEARAC Executive Director Quyen Dinh stated, "Not unlike families from Syria and across the world today, our families risked their lives for freedom. Our families ran from terror, starvation, and incessant bombings of our homes. Many chose death rather than suffering under political and religious oppression. We were welcomed into America despite the opposition of a minority of Americans, and with resilience and grit we have made America our home." 

Jan 26

Today President Trump signed two Executive Orders that would begin the construction of a border wall, ramp up immigrant detention, and revoke federal funding for cities that refuse to aid federal immigration agents in deporting its residents.

Jan 25

SEARAC has joined over 100 other Asian American & Pacific Islander organizations to declare our commitment to resisting policies that would marginalize or criminalize our communities and our allies. 

Jan 24

In our second SEARAC community call, our immigration policy manager Katrina Dizon Mariategue will talk about how immigrant and refugee communities can prepare to resist the incoming administration's plans to expand enforcement policies to detain and deport undocumented community members and those with criminal convictions.

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.