National Korean American Service & Education Consortium
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 National Korean American Service & Education Consortium
The National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC) was founded in 1994 by local community centers seeking to empower and improve the lives of Korean Americans as a part of a greater goal of building a national movement for social change.
NAKASEC and its affiliates form a strong and unique organizing network that forwards a holistic empowerment model. Our affiliates provide programs in education, social services, culture, civic engagement and organizing that address the full human & political needs of community members. NAKASEC develops sound and informed policy advocacy goals, produces relevant educational products and coordinates results oriented national grassroots campaigns that are informed by its participation in national strategy formations and directed by the leadership of our affiliates. Key programs, the Immigrant Rights Project and Civic Engagement & Voter Empowerment Project, are supplemented by work in the area of health access, civil rights, and financial empowerment.
NAKASEC is a part of APIA Vote!, Campaign for Community Values, Immigrant Organizing Committee of the Fair Immigration Reform Movement, Health Rights Organizing Project, National Council of Asian Pacific Americans, Rights Working Group and We Are America Alliance.