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“This keeps us afloat as a community theater,” Doug Instenes, Racine Theatre Guild managing/artistic director, said of two state grants the nonprofit received in the past 31 days. “The fact that government helps us out and values the arts is amazing … Between those two grants, we’re still going to have a loss for this year, but it will keep us afloat.”

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Generally, advocates for reparations say that three different groups should pay for them: federal and state governments, which enshrined, supported and protected the institution of slavery; private businesses that financially benefited from it; and rich families that owe a good portion of their wealth to slavery.

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