Newaukeean of the Week

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    Meagan Holman

    Meagan Holman. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "Milwaukee felt like it would give us room to create and thrive, and we weren’t wrong."

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    Max Hand

    Max Hand. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "It’s not until you live here that you truly appreciate the rich history, various festivals, and all the countless things to do."

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    Aakash Shah

    Aakash Shah. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I never had cheese curds until I moved to Milwaukee. It’s been an almost religious reawakening..."

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    Nathalie Clément & Laurabel Clément

    Nathalie Clément & Laurabel Clément

    "We share events, activities, secret addresses, hidden gems about the city, in French…"

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    Jason Eggert

    Jason Eggert. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "My biggest hope for the city is that we can transcend the faults in our past..."

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    Mandela Barnes

    Mandela Barnes. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    Milwaukee is "untapped."

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    Aliah Berman

    Aliah Berman. Photo from YouTube.

    "Milwaukee is a very livable city, and there is so much to do."

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    Evan Hughes

    Evan Hughes. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "As a whole in Milwaukee, we are genuine and not judgmental."

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    Lacey Van Syckle

    Lacey Van Syckle. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "Milwaukee has something for everyone."

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    Ben McCarville

    Ben McCarville. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I was drawn back to Milwaukee because the city had (and still has) so much potential."

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    Joe Zepecki

    Joe Zepecki. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "The fact that we are still one of the most racially segregated cities in the US has to change..."

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    Sarah Banach

    Sarah Banach. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "Not only are Milwaukeeans your classic Midwesterns, sincere and genuine people, we are all so passionate about things we love."