Asheville is not alone. In the wake of George Floyd protests, local officials in cities including Evanston, Illinois, and Providence, Rhode Island, are pushing to address past wrongs through reparations to Black and Native American residents. And they are grappling with the complexities of how it can be accomplished as well as the backlash, largely coming from White residents who see reparations as an un-earned entitlement for historical harms that people receiving them may not have…
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