January 1997 - First of several intercultural & educational exchanges between U.S. & El Salvador.
August 2004 – SERR recognized as a 501(c)3 organization.
January 2005 - 2015 Museo Aja established in Santa Ana, El Salvador. Ongoing support of initiatives in El Salvador: The Ecological House, The Permaculture Farm, Youth programs and mentorships, The XXIII Century Free University & programs, The Wisdom Institute on Indigenous Practices, Culture, & Art.
October 2010 - U.S. Conference on People Discerning the Crisis
March 2005 - 2021- Participation in United Nations processes, e.g. Financing for Development, Rio+20; Lima Climate Change Summit, Commissions on the Status of Women, Forum on Indigenous Peoples, International Program on Aging, and Sustainable Development Goals Events, Habitat, United Nations Environmental Programs, Oceans Conferences, Women's Major Group; Financing for Development.
Local observation of U.N. International Days. Programs, free and open to the public, in U.S. and El Salvador., United Nations Environmental Programs, Oceans Conferences.
October 2016-2021- PROGRAMS:
Millersville University/(MU)SERR program on Women; MU/SERR program on the Doctrine of Discovery; MU/School District of Lancaster/Ebenezer Baptist Church/SERR/ Middle School Girls/ Empowerment Summits; MU PEACE Institute; Responses to post Presidential Election student actions on MU campus; Standing with Standing Rock Rally, Penn Square, Lancaster, PA.; Jewish Family Services Program on Migration; Berks County, PA Advocacy for Migrant Women and Children; Actions for US Asian American Citizens; Creating a Safe Environment for Diverse Populations; Equity & Education - DEI Programs.