The image on the left shows a two-story Victorian building. The top floor has bay windows and is painted beige. The ground floor is painted red and displays commercial signage for Lee's Liquor Store. The photo on the right shows the sidewalk along a nondescript one-story building with gray walls and flat windows.

Without Dropping Cash Reparations Idea, SF Investigates New Housing Reforms

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors will review and discuss dozens of policy recommendations beyond a proposed $5 million payment to each qualifying Black resident — the option that captured national media attention and inspired a handwringing frenzy — when it meets March 14 to discuss the city’s draft Reparations Plan.

Its proposals are non-binding, with the committee noting in the plan that “it will be up to the community to create the momentum to ultimately get these recommendations officially codified into San Francisco law.”