Here we go. North Carolina city approves $2.1 million for slavery reparations

The city council in Asheville, N.C., this week unanimously approved $2.1 million in reparations for black residents in a mostly white community.

The funding will come from the sale of city property. The city plans to spend $200,000 on the planning and community engagement process and about $1.9 million on initial reparations.

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