Evanston, Illinois, becomes first city to approve reparations for Black residents – CBS News
Evanston, Illinois, made history this week by becoming the first city in the country to approve reparations for Black residents. The legislation will provide up to $400,000 to at least 16 people whose families faced housing discrimination in the area. Adriana Diaz has more.
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