Asaf Shalev and Philissa Cramer
By Asaf Shalev and Philissa Cramer
The case for reparations, according to two Jews living in the first American city to offer them
(JTA) — On his path to the article that would get many Americans to consider reparations for Black people for the first time, Ta-Nehisi Coates paused to dwell on the role of Jews in Chicago’s housing inequality. Coates had just read “Family Properties,” a book by Beryl Satter about how government policy served to impoverish…
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