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 ZhuCAP Team Members: Richelle Caday, Taylor Moises, Tran Nguyen, Minah Yang, Serena Zhu
Southeast Asian Studies at USC
- 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.
- 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.
- Immersive SEA Language Courses – Offer SEA language courses and the option of placement exams in such languages for language requirement.
- 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.