Real (Estate) Talk: How one city is leading the charge to repair the past
In the first of its kind, Evanston, Illinois, has created a reparations program that seeks to begin the process of redressing harm from the housing industry. Let's talk about reparations and Evanston's groundbreaking initiative
by Lee Davenport Mar 31
Nation's first reparations program targets Black homeowners, buyers
The funds, for which Black residents of Evanston between 1919 and 1969 qualify, can be used for various housing costs, like a down payment, home improvements and late penalties
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 23
New nonprofit aims to help Black Portland homeowners
Taking Ownership PDX has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, which it is using to help Black homeowners do maintenance and stay in their houses
by Jim Dalrymple II Jan 5