SEAD sees a reimagined world that is culturally just, creatively sustainable, and socially empowering for Southeast Asian diaspora voices, agency and self-determination.
Offered in Hmong, Khmer, Lao, and Vietnamese. Language strengthens our understanding of our diasporic experiences (or that of our loved ones), as well as to strengthen our connections to people and heritage.
SEA CHANGE LAB
A cohort-based program for young people ages 18-25, aimed at growing social empowerment and leadership development through storytelling in arts, advocacy, and reimagination.
The Southeast Asian diaspora storytelling (SEADS) initiative aims to reclaim, honor and amplify the lived experiences of veterans, mothers, activists, scholars, and other historically invisible narratives of Hmong, Khmer, Lao and Việt community members.
As storytellers, bridge builders, and disruptors in movements, we focus on the intersections of activism, narratives, political education, and most importantly art.