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Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)
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Title:
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)

Author:
mari quenemoen

Description:
SEARAC is a national civil rights organization that empowers Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese American communities - the largest community of refugees ever resettled in this country. Every year for the last 17 years, we host an advocacy training for emerging leaders in our communities. For these 1.5 and 2nd generation Southeast Asian Americans, the incredible trauma, sacrifice, and resiliency of their refugee parents often instills a deep sense of purpose and drive to advocate for social justice. Here, training participant Diana Bui holds up a picture of her grandparents standing next to her mom, sitting in her first car. As a refugee from Vietnam who spoke little English, Diana's mom walked miles to work each day, where she was mistreated. But she saved little by little. Buying her first car marked a turning point in her new life in America.
Description:
SEARAC is a national civil rights organization that empowers Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese American communities - the largest community of refugees ever resettled in this country. Every year for the last 17 years, we host an advocacy training for emerging leaders in our communities. For these 1.5 and 2nd generation Southeast Asian Americans, the incredible trauma, sacrifice, and resiliency of their refugee parents often instills a deep sense of purpose and drive to advocate for social justice. Here, training participant Diana Bui holds up a picture of her grandparents standing next to her mom, sitting in her first car. As a refugee from Vietnam who spoke little English, Diana's mom walked miles to work each day, where she was mistreated. But she saved little by little. Buying her first car marked a turning point in her new life in America.

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