In 2020, Their Family Business Burned Down in Kenosha Riots. Here’s How They’re Doing Today.

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KENOSHA, Wis.—Last year, The Daily Signal shared the story of a family whose business was destroyed during the 2020 riots in Kenosha.

“Everything burned to the ground,”  Raquel Santiago told The Daily Signal in 2020 about her family’s ice cream shop, which had opened in 2004. “Expensive machines, compressors. I mean, things that you cannot even think they’re going to burn because it’s metal. … It’s just garbage.” 

While I was in Kenosha to cover the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and verdict, I stopped by The Good Taste to see how the business was faring. Watch my new report, below, and check out our 2020 video, above, on how one small business was affected by the Kenosha riots.

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