We moved mountains together

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. Our leaders gave us this feedback:
“Moving Mountains was completely uplifting, healing, and much needed.”
“Many people mentioned that it felt like being with family – I agree.”
“To have a place to call home for this daughter of refugees has been a lifelong journey. Standing alongside these fierce Southeast Asian American brothers and sisters, who share the same journey as descendants of survivors of war, I feel that I’ve come home.”
Find photos of the summit here:
And see a video recap by SEARAC intern Nathalie Nguyen

Give the gift of community building

You can help ensure that SEARAC can continue to create spaces for Southeast Asian American leaders to continue “moving mountains” by coming together to support, inspire, heal, and strengthen each other.

Consider giving $25 today to help build more spaces like Moving Mountains for Southeast Asian American community members.