Inspired by the important work Southeast Asian American, Asian American, and Pacific Islander leaders are spearheading to move our communities in support of Black leadership, we are proud to launch a Solidarity Resource Hub that highlights their impactful work and ways we can all get involved.

“As a national civil rights organization, SEARAC stands together with the Black community in pursuit of social equity,” said Quyen Dinh, executive director of SEARAC. “Our own paths to equity are only possible through the historic civil rights forged by Black struggle and leaders, and it is with deep gratitude that many of our SEAA leaders and young people are following in the leadership of Black leaders, continuing the important legacy of fighting for a socially, politically, and economically just society where all our communities can thrive.”

Included in this hub are difficult conversations that SEAA and AAPI leaders are holding across the country to address anti-Blackness in our communities and educate about structural racism. There are also anti-racism toolkits, trainings, and protest and advocacy tips to connect our community with solidarity support resources and in-language materials.

Table of Contents

  1. Articles
  2. Organizational statements
  3. SEAA-led community conversations
  4. Protesting tips
  5. Take action
  6. Lessons from history

View the resources at https://www.searac.org/seaa-resources-for-solidarity-with-blm/