An outpouring of sentiment at Shoreline Unified School District’s National Equity Project public forum last week revealed widespread community interest in tackling inequality. The forum, held at Tomales Elementary School, was part of Shoreline’s collaboration with the Oakland-based nonprofit to address equity-related issues, an initiative funded by a grant from the Marin Community Foundation.

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