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NONPROFITS AIM TO REDUCE HATE, HOMELESSNESS

Photo by Jeremy Jue

NOT IN OUR TOWN: More than 300 community members, civic leaders and students gathered at the College of Marin’s Kentfield campus Feb. 13 for two film screenings of “Light in the Darkness” and community discussions on how to stop hate in Marin. Pictured is Maureen Parton, aide to County Supervisor Kate Sears. Not In Our Town founder Patrice O’Neill led the discussions after both events, which not only surfaced issues of intolerance in Marin County, but steps to creating solutions on how to tackle hate and build inclusion. Visit niot.org/blog/marin-county-comes- together-build- inclusion-college- marin for more photos.

Photo by Paige Green

COOKING CLASS: Afro-vegan chef Bryant Terry of Oakland will demonstrate recipes for eating mindfully, 6:30-9 p.m., Thursday, March 29, at Homeward Bound of Marin in Novato. Terry is the chef-in-residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco. All proceeds benefit shelter and job-training programs at Homeward Bound of Marin. For tickets to all culinary fundraisers, go to bit.ly/FSchefevents.

 

 

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