Ald. Robin Rue Simmons on leading the reparations effort in Evanston: ‘We are responsible for egregious acts of anti-Black housing practices and this is our first step in righting that wrong’

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A man walks by a sign welcoming people to the city of in Evanston, Illinois, on March 16, 2021. The Chicago suburb is set to become the first place in the United States to provide reparations to its Black residents, with a plan to distribute $10 million over the next decade. (Photo by KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

Evanston Alderwoman Robin Rue Simmons joins guest host Jon Hansen to talk about Evanston becoming the first U.S. city to approve a plan to make reparations available to Black residents.

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