209 Homies Circle
The 209 Homies Circle provides leadership development, life skills training, and re-entry support for formerly incarcerated and justice-impacted Asian American & Pacific Islander men in collaboration with the City of Stockton’s Office of Violence Prevention (OVP)
The Southeast Asian Youth Power (SEAYP)
The Southeast Asian Youth Power (SEAYP) (pronounced: shape) leadership program aims to foster leadership, critical thinking, political advocacy, and civic engagement in young Southeast Asian leaders in Stockton through learning about and mobilizing around issues of social justice.
SEAYP strongly believes that young people have the power to positively impact their communities if presented with the opportunity to do so. Participants have the opportunity to engage in dialogue around history, identity, culture, and life experiences with other young people. The end goal of SEAYP is to develop a community project with the team aimed at addressing an identified need within the community (ex. deportation, mental health, education, etc.) and will conclude with a community presentation or event related to the project.
Stop The Hate
In partnership with Little Manila Rising's Healing PUSO (Pilipinx Uplifting Self and Others), our Stop The Hate work is committed to offering community-informed, culturally-responsive wellness services, healing programs, and safe spaces to collectively mobilize for community safety, solidarity, healing, and justice.
Our free program services include:
Monthly community healing circles
Asian Health and Healing Clinics to promote holistic health
Community outreach and anti-hate crime resources and education
Self-defense and safety trainings
Healing arts campaigns
Support for survivors of hate