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Anguish over the killing of George Floyd and support for the Black Lives Matter movement rippled through the region this week. On Sunday, around 300 people walked from Inverness Park to Point Reyes Station, where speakers read the names of recent victims of police brutality. Demonstrations took place in Inverness, Bolinas, Stinson Beach and Woodacre, and a surge of commenters attended the county supervisors meeting this week to press for changes in policing.   David Briggs

Hundreds of West Marin residents joined the nationwide movement against police brutality and systemic racism this week, as political pressure mounts for Marin to address its racial inequalities and decrease funding for the sheriff’s office.

Marin is the most racially disparate county in California, according to Race Counts, a project that tracks outcomes by race in . . .