By VALERIE EDWARDS
FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Chicago suburb is on its way to becoming the first in the country to fund reparations for its black residents with a pledge of $10 million over 10 years, but some say it isn’t enough.
Evanston’s reparations fund, established in 2019, is focused on housing inequities, using a 3 per cent tax on recreational marijuana sales to help black residents with homeownership, including mortgage assistance and funding for home improvements.
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