On Protests in San Luis Obispo

Photo by Diego Rivera (Mustang News)

Let’s start with what many of us can agree on. Young people and people of color are motivated, energized and passionate over combating systemic racism, police brutality and misconduct. In our predominantly white county, a group of protests and organizations have successfully started a conversation on race and how SLO County, like every other county in this state and across the nation, should address racial inequality in their…

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TOAST Magazine Publisher, columnist and consultant from Morro Bay, California.

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TOAST Magazine Publisher, columnist and consultant from Morro Bay, California.

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