Systemic Racism

A Chicago suburb's plan to pay Black residents reparations could be a national model

The program could become a model for other cities and states. Image: REUTERS/Eileen T. Meslar

Brendan O'Brien

Journalist, Reuters

Joseph Ax

Reporter, Reuters

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The first phase will provide $25,000 to a small number of eligible Black residents. Image: REUTERS/Eileen T. Meslar
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