Seng So

Seng So In the 1980s Seng’s parents fled the Khmer genocide; past land mines, over rivers, across jungles, through death and despair. In 1989, his parents were granted political asylum in the United States. Seng received his bachelor’s degree in Asian American Studies at UCLA in 2008. Seng is currently an organizer in Long Beach fighting for racial, economic and gender justice.

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Local Queer Youth of Color at the Forefront of Transgender Rights Movement

Mar. 24, 2015 / By
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Thanks in part to GSAN activism, trans and queer youth across Southern California are demanding that political leaders speak out about the pervasive violence targeting trans women of color, and that investments be made specifically benefiting transgender leadership of color.