The City of Evanston, Ill., Pays Up to $10 Million to Black Americans




For generations, the issue of racial inequality has persisted, with Black Americans facing systemic disadvantages and injustices.

However, there is now a glimmer of hope, as the city of Evanston, Ill., has taken a significant step towards addressing this issue by implementing a historic reparations program.

Through this program, eligible Black residents are receiving much-needed compensation in the form of checks and vouchers, with amounts reaching up to $25,000. This firm commitment by the city reflects their dedication to paying up to $10 million over the next decade, seeking to rectify the injustices faced by Black Americans and promote a more equitable society.