Leadership Pipeline :: As we work to expand our impact, Seeding Change believes deeply that we must grow the next generation of leaders who are engaged in labor, community, and electoral organizing. Through the Asian American Community Training, National Fellowship for Asian American Organizing and Civic Engagement, and API Coaching Circle for Organizers, we are investing in the leadership of young and emerging organizers to develop leaders with the skills to transform our communities. <Read More>

Grassroots APIs Rising :: Grassroots APIs Rising is a new formation of grassroots AAPIs organizations to exchange and share best practices in organizing, civic engagement, multi-racial coalition building, youth and queer justice work, organizational development, and fundraising. The past two decades, grassroots organizations have brought new organizers and leaders into the movement, and have won effective organizing and electoral campaigns. As the fastest growing demographic in the US, AAPIs need to develop a unified strategy around the role of AAPIs in the broader social and economic justice movement on a national level. <Read More>

Movement Building Conversations :: In 2012, the Chinese Progressive Association launched our Movement Building Conversations – a space where community organizers and activists could come together to learn from one another and engage in some of the movement’s key questions. Over the last two years, we have hosted conversations with journalist Reese Erlich, movement veteran Bob Wing, philosopher Grace Lee Boggs, Scott Kurashige, and the Boggs Center. Each of these conversations has helped to sharpen our thinking and understanding of what is happening locally, nationally, and internationally. <Read More>