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City Reparations Plan Moves Forward/Evanston Round Table

“We can invite famous authors and thinkers, teachers who inspire us for an hour to be better,” said Nina Kavin, whose group, Dear Evanston, addresses race and equity issues. We can even take two buses of 100 residents to the Legacy Museum [in Montgomery, Alabama]. But absolutely none of it means anything if we don’t do something truly meaningful and effective to make economic amends for the brutality of slavery and the way it has evolved through today, right here in Evanston.”


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