Cambria pharmacist Alvin Ferrer, standing at lectern, shakes the hand of moderator Deborah Linden, former chief of the San Luis Obispo Police Department, during a forum on racism at the Cambria Center for the Arts on Wednesday, as panel members, from left, Cal Poly Professor Daniel Krieger, Sheriff's Office Cmdr. Jim Voge, Cal Poly Professor Elizabeth Myer and author Catherine Ryan Hyde of Cambria look on. Racist remarks and notes directed at Ferrer prompted the forum.
Cambria pharmacist Alvin Ferrer, standing at lectern, shakes the hand of moderator Deborah Linden, former chief of the San Luis Obispo Police Department, during a forum on racism at the Cambria Center for the Arts on Wednesday, as panel members, from left, Cal Poly Professor Daniel Krieger, Sheriff's Office Cmdr. Jim Voge, Cal Poly Professor Elizabeth Myer and author Catherine Ryan Hyde of Cambria look on. Racist remarks and notes directed at Ferrer prompted the forum. betling@thetribunenews.com
Cambria pharmacist Alvin Ferrer, standing at lectern, shakes the hand of moderator Deborah Linden, former chief of the San Luis Obispo Police Department, during a forum on racism at the Cambria Center for the Arts on Wednesday, as panel members, from left, Cal Poly Professor Daniel Krieger, Sheriff's Office Cmdr. Jim Voge, Cal Poly Professor Elizabeth Myer and author Catherine Ryan Hyde of Cambria look on. Racist remarks and notes directed at Ferrer prompted the forum. betling@thetribunenews.com

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