• Sarah Seavey

Time to Pull Up and Remain Loud.

Updated March 2021

We remain committed and in our support. Today we'd like to share a list of more than 150 Black-owned businesses.

June 3, 2020

This week we will continue to mute our normal CVCC content and use our channel to share the voices of black-owned businesses, the black experience, black artists, black creators, black makers, and black justice and peacekeepers.

The first two images are from Stormy Mae Nesbit @_stormae. The third image is from Melissa Koby @mkoby

You can purchase Stormy Nesbit's art on her website stormynesbit.com. You can purchase Melissa Koby's art on her MKobyArt Etsy page.

We are sharing our experiences and our reflections from yesterday’s blackout Tuesday below. We will continue to share the results from the time we took to disconnect, reflect, research, learn, plan, and mobilize.

As we listen, learn, and stay loud - we will raise the voices of others and create and establish sustainable and scalable channels of communication and opportunities for dialog around systemic oppression as it pertains to the workforce and workplace. More to come.

Sarah, Founder of Career Vision

Enrique, VP, and Senior Financial Analyst

#BLM #blacklivesmatter #soicaljustice

Color of Change

Design campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back and champion solutions that move us all forward. Until justice is real.

Life Camp

Frontline gun violence prevention and intervention team making our communities safer.

Register to vote

Official website of the United States government

Body-Worn Camera Laws Database