SEARAC Launches Website for the Southeast Asian American Collaborative

Sacramento, CA – Today, SEARAC proudly launched our Southeast Asian American (SEAA) Collaborative website, a digital space that showcases the work of the SEAA Collaborative. The SEAA Collaborative is made up of 12 Southeast Asian American-serving organizations across California. SEARAC convenes the coalition, which collaborates and coordinates to ensure a collective SEAA voice on local and statewide advocacy toward education, health, and immigrant and refugee rights for all SEAA communities.
The website is now live and visitors can learn about the Collaborative’s mission and values, meet the members, and get involved with the coalition. The website also uplifts the important work that the SEAA Collaborative has been doing since its founding in 2018. You can join the movement by learning more about the incredible member organizations and getting involved with our work to build power with Southeast Asian American communities in California
Nary Rath, SEARAC California Program Manager, shared, “We are so ecstatic for the launch of the SEAA Collaborative’s website. It will serve as an amazing resource for folks to navigate and find out about the abundance of advocacy work that our wonderful members have been doing for our community across the state of California.
Linda Vang, Community Health Worker at the Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries (FIRM), said, “I can’t wait for the website to be launched so that I can share with my family and friends!”
Ge Yang, Program Manager at Hmong Cultural Center of Butte County (HCCBC), shared, “It is important for the Hmong Cultural Center of Butte County to be apart of the Southeast Asian American Collaborative because we get to expand on our network of partnership and support each other on common goals and challenges.
We are so grateful to all of our SEAA Collaborative members for their partnership and advocacy. The launch of the website would also not have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors. Thank you to the California Endowment and the California Wellness Foundation for funding the work of the SEAA Collaborative.