In 2016, Philando Castile of Minneapolis, MN was killed by police after he was pulled over for a burnt out light. His partner live-streamed the shooting. The officer was found not guilty of 2nd degree manslaughter.
The CNBSeen event on May 21, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. at Central Christian Church on Cesar Chavez Blvd in Portland's Richmond neighborhood was successful. Read the press release for this event here. For a more detailed explanation of CNBSeen, read this proposal and these Terms and Conditions. We look forward to working with other Portland neighborhoods in 2022 to create new events.
In 2017, Oregon State Police and Advance Auto Care co-launched their "Car Care" program. From the Counterman website, "When Oregon state troopers stop motorists for minor equipment violations, they’re offering them a voucher that provides a discount on automotive parts purchased at any Advance Auto Parts or participating Carquest Auto Parts store." Although neither OSP or Advanced Auto Parts say they will replace defective bulbs for motorists, this program does help them get a replacement. As far as we know, there are no similar programs for municipal or county law enforcement. For more information, contact OSP or Advanced Auto Parts, or visit https://www.counterman.com/oregon-state-police-advance-auto-parts-launch-car-care-program/
There will be a CNBSeen event at the Clackamas County offices at 2051 Kaen Rd in Oregon City on Saturday, July 23rd from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It will be sponsored by the Equity & Inclusion office and in conjunction with the Saturday Market near the Circle of Honor.
More information on the "Together We Can" festival can be found here.
There will possibly be a CNBSeen event in the Montaville Neighborhood in August 2022. Follow this page for updates.
it's only a band-Aid
real change needs to happen at the city & state level.
but this tiny fix, with the community's help,
might address a LITTLE part of this big problem.
HELP MAKE IT HAPPEN.