How a City in Illinois Made History With Reparations

A Chicago suburb has committed itself to ending “structural racism and achieve racial equity” by tapping into Illinois’s newly legalized cannabis industry. Lawmakers in Evanston, Illinois, overwhelmingly approved…

A Chicago suburb has committed itself to ending “structural racism and achieve racial equity” by tapping into Illinois’s newly legalized cannabis industry. Lawmakers in Evanston, Illinois, overwhelmingly approved a measure in November that will use recreational cannabis tax revenue to fund reparations for the city’s black residents.

This post was originally published on Radio Free.


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