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Critics of Restorative Housing Reparations Program Voice Concern and Anger Ahead of Vote by City Council

Residents who formed the group “Evanston Rejects Racist Reparations” staged a protest at 10:30 a.m. on March 6 in front of the Med/Men cannabis dispensary at 1804 Maple Ave., where 35 to 40 people gathered, including speakers, supporters and members of the media. The protest was first announced by former Evanston mayoral candidate Sebastian Nalls during a public Zoom forum hosted by the group on March 6, which drew 55 participants. The group seeks to stop or at […]

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Masked Person of the Day: Lenice Levy

President Joe Biden has said he will ask everyone to wear a mask for the first 100 days of his administration to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. […]

Worn-out Wildkits Settle for Split with New Trier

Evanston’s stranglehold on the Central Suburban League South division basketball championship has to end at some point. But if 2021 is the year, it might have as much to do […]

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‘The Last Summer Sister’

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Developing a Segregated Town, 1900-1960

Evanston’s first African American residents arrived in the 1850s, and by 1880 there were approximately 125 African Americans in Evanston. The number grew to 737 in 1900. At that time, many of the African Americans in Evanston worked in domestic and personal service. With the Great […]