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Reparations in Evanston: Some Reasons Why.

Too few people know that there's a City fund where individuals, businesses, and organizations can make donations to contribute towards the Evanston Reparations initiative. Tax-deductible. Because, while hugely important, we all know that the Cannabis Tax source, tapped at $10M, is a drop in the bucket in terms of what Black Evanstonians have lost due to red-lining and other practices. If you can, please make a personal contribution to this fund.

Do the right thing. Contribute to the Evanston Reparations fund by sending your tax-deductible check to:

Lorraine Morton Civic Center 2100 Ridge Evanston, Illinois 60201

Make your check payable to: Evanston Reparations/Solutions Only

Articles courtesy of Shorefront Legacy Center.

Reparations sub committee members: Robin Rue Simmons 5th Ward Alderman; 2nd Ward Ald. Peter Braithwaite; Ald. Ann Rainey (8th)

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