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First U.S. city to offer Black residents reparations faces class-action lawsuit

From The Washington Times:

The first U.S. city to offer reparations to Black residents now faces a federal class-action lawsuit alleging its program discriminates against non-Black residents in violation of the Constitution.

The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch filed the class-action suit last month against Evanston, Illinois. The city of about 75,000 people outside Chicago in Cook County became the first locality in 2021 to implement a reparations program for Black people.

Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit on behalf of six residents who say they would apply for the city’s payment program except for the fact that they aren’t the right race.

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