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A City’s Step Toward Reparations

A City’s Step Toward Reparations

Update: 2021-07-126
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For decades, the granting of racial reparations in the United States appeared to be a political nonstarter. But Evanston, Ill., recently became the first city to approve a program of reparations for its Black residents.

How did this happen, and can it be replicated in other parts of the country? 

Guest: Megan Twohey, an investigative reporter for The New York Times.

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Asia Nichole

Why aren’t people embarrassed to publicly reveal they don’t know the first thing about CRT? Or that they didn’t actually listen to the podcast at all and commented only to spew propaganda?

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Jack Boller

Brain washed CRT agitprop. Mindless and lazy.

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A City’s Step Toward Reparations

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