Chanida Phaengdara Potter, Founder and Community Architect, started The SEAD Project to address the needs and issues of local Southeast Asian diaspora communities (Hmong, Lao, Khmer and Viet). These communities historically have been impacted by the Vietnam War and share many similar experiences. Chanida ventured into starting a nonprofit organization to address war and generational trauma that the community faces. The SEAD Project is dedicated to service and uses community engagement efforts to communicate through creative arts, storytelling and literature.
The SEAD Project is a member of NEON's co-working space and office with NEON for convenience, location and an opportunity to network with like-minded entrepreneurs fulfilling their dreams and passions in north Minneapolis.
To reach the SEAD Project (morning or afternoon)
The SEAD Project
1007 West Broadway Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55411