Southeast Asian Coalition

Southeast Asian Coalition

“Together In Empowerment, we hope to tell a story of our struggles for a change in a better future.”

CAP Team Members: Richelle Caday, Taylor Moises, Tran Nguyen, Minah Yang, Serena Zhu

CAP Team Members: Richelle Caday, Taylor Moises, Tran Nguyen, Minah Yang, Serena Zhu

Southeast Asian Studies at USC

  1. Ethnic Studies – Direct support for sets of courses for SEA ethnic studies including but not limited to Philipinx, Vietnamese, Thai, Burmese, Sinagaporean, Indonesian, Cambodian/Khmer, Malaysian, Brunien, Hmong, Laotion, lu Lien, etc.
  2. Curriculum Reflection Shared Struggles of SEA Communities – Emphasis on SEA relational studies on topics such as reconciling diaspora identity, far right support within the SEA community, disproportionate effects of COVID-19, colonization and imperialism.
  3. Immersive SEA Language Courses – Offer SEA language courses and the option of placement exams in such languages for language requirement.
  4. SEA Programming and Resources – Expand curriculum to include possible exchange programs, service learning opportunities, institutional home, scholarships, spaces to discuss social justice specific issues, and initiative for retention.

Image and data from SEA Coalition CAP and Presentation 1200×400