As Evanston, Illinois Approves Reparations For Black Residents, Will The Country Follow?

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The nation's first government-backed reparations initiative was green lit
this week in Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb where about 16 percent of
its 75,000 residents are Black. The city council has promised $10 million
over 10 years. John Yang discusses how the program could serve as a model
for the rest of the country with Ron Daniels of the National African
American Reparations Commission.