One hundred years ago, the idea of reparations was so threatening to White America that talking about it could get you arrested. Now some policy makers are finally taking action. Like almost every U.S. city, Evanston, Illinois, made it difficult over the years for Black people to buy and keep their own homes. It deprived them of potential wealth, for themselves and their descendants. It is that injustice that Evanston is trying to fix first. (Source: Bloomberg)