North Carolina / Black / Asheville

A North Carolina city has pledged $2.1M in reparations to Black residents, but some say it isn’t enough. Asheville hasn’t yet figured out how to spend the money. Some said defunding the city’s police or helping Black residents become homeowners would be a form of reparations.

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