By Jennifer Fisher, Chicago Tribune — Over the last two decades, the black population of Evanston has been shrinking. In 2000, 22.5% of residents identified themselves as black, according to U.S. Census data. The percentage declined to 18.1% in the 2010 Census. The number has continued to fall to an estimated 16.9% in 2017, per the latest American Community Survey estimate. “Black residents are moving because of lack of affordability…
Could No Longer Wait!
The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC), an initiative of IBW 21st Century has been at the forefront of the global reparations movement. This is a winnable fight but your financial engagement is needed to keep pushing!