Why reparations are tied to homeownership in Evanston, Illinois - Marketplace

Earlier this year, the city of Evanston, Illinois, approved a groundbreaking program aimed at shrinking the racial wealth gap created by decades of housing discrimination. 

It’s the first initiative of what is believed to be the first government reparations program for African Americans in the county and offers eligible Evanstonians up to $25,000 in grants to help them buy property or put toward home repairs and improvements.

Robin Rue Simmons, alderman for…

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