The sun shines down on Tomales Town Hall on an unseasonably warm Thursday in January. A handwritten sign outside reads “Food Pantry,” and below it, “Despensa de Alimentos.” The door is open and the room inside is humming with conversation and activity. Tables are set up in a U-shape. On one, canned food is carefully laid out—today . . .
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