SEAC Village is a grassroots-led social justice organization serving Southeast Asian (SEA) and Black communities in North Carolina—primarily Guilford, Wake, Catawba, and Mecklenburg County. SEAC Village has largely organized around police violence and SEA deportation since 2012. They focus on contextualizing and interrogating the history and systems that affect refugee, Black, and immigrant communities so they can address the root causes of oppression and violence. From this understanding, SEAC Village works to form the foundation on which to build an enduring, long-lasting, and intersectional justice movement.