Automatic Injustice: A Report on Prosecutorial Discretion in the Southeast Asian American Community

A Story Among Many

by Andy Pacificar. This post originally appeared on the SEARAC blog. I spent eighteen years in prison. I was incarcerated from 1990 until 2008. It was amazing to see all the changes in the world that happened in that amount of time. In the very beginning of my journey...
Automatic Injustice: A Report on Prosecutorial Discretion in the Southeast Asian American Community

Solidarity with Syrian Refugees

This year marks the 40th year anniversary since the United States opened its doors to millions of men, women and children from Southeast Asia seeking humanitarian protection. SEARAC’s communities—Cambodian, Laotian and Vietnamese American communities—arose from the...