SOURCE: The New Republic
Evanston, Illinois Passed a Reparations Program. Can its Liberal Present Confront the Segregated Past?
by Kari Lydersen
The Chicago suburb has focused on progams to rectify the harms caused by discrete city actions, specifically generations of housing discrimination that limited Black wealth gains from real estate. Can it make a difference? Will local taxpayers support it?
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