Last month, on the second night of a two-evening empowerment training for the Latino community in West Marin, about three dozen participants drew pictures of themselves and scribbled painful, belittling comments or ideas they felt others might have about them around the contours of the image. Then everyone picked out stickers with words describing strong leaders and placed . . .

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