Southeast Asian Freedom Network (SEAFN) is a national network that mobilizes Southeast Asian communities towards abolition, defends communities from deportation, and moves collective work out of isolation. SEAFN was formed in 2001 to create a united front against the deportation of Cambodian refugees. Chhaya Chhoum of Bronx, NY put out a national call to community organizers to solidify a national Southeast Asian grassroots movement, defend the communities from deportation, and move collective work out of isolation. After two decades, SEAFN has evolved into a national movement family of local organizations dedicated to the mobilization of Southeast Asian communities towards abolition.

SEARR Campaign: SEAFN is the lead and national anchor for this campaign that addresses the legacy of violence and harm inflicted on Southeast Asian communities through the role of US military intervention and imperialism and the prison-to-deportation pipeline.