Humans of Appleton North: Amara Neitzke


Trinity Olson, Contributor

“What is your story?”

I was very influenced by my friends, friendship was always something that was super important to me. Since I didn’t have a big family,  I took my friends as my family. When I lost a really important friendship in my life, that hit me really hard, and I learned a lot about the importance of being kind to others because I know what it’s like to be hurt. I generally just try to be a happy and always giving person. If I have kids one day, I want to teach them that being prejudiced towards someone over their gender, or their sexuality, or their class, is one of the most shallow things you could ever do in life.