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So rumors going around beside salary that Brogdon did not want to come back to Bucks because of his dislike for the city of MKE as he said it was most segrated city in America and needed work.
 

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So rumors going around beside salary that Brogdon did not want to come back to Bucks because of his dislike for the city of MKE as he said it was most segrated city in America and needed work.
That is beyond comical.
 

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#1 who threw out this “rumor”. #2 where his his quote #3. It’s not
In an interview with The Guardian's Donald McRae, Brogdon highlighted the level of segregation and lack of progressiveness he's seen in the city of Milwaukee.

"Before I came to Milwaukee I'd heard the city was the most segregated in the country," Brogdon said. "I'd heard it was racist. When I got here it was extremely segregated. I've never lived in a city this segregated. Milwaukee's very behind in terms of being progressive. There are things that need to change rapidly.”
 

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"Before I came to Milwaukee I'd heard the city was the most segregated in the country," Brogdon said. "I'd heard it was racist. When I got here it was extremely segregated. I've never lived in a city this segregated. Milwaukee's very behind in terms of being progressive. There are things that need to change rapidly.”

He never said it was the most just he heard it was. He needs to get taste of the real south. Glad he’s gone
 

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He never said it was the most just he heard it was. He needs to get taste of the real south. Glad he’s gone
Yeah I just think part of reason would have been part of reason he wanted to move on. But then you got a guy like Giannis who seems to love the city. I won't deny MKE has it's issues but I think you go to major urban inner city like Chicago or Detroit will also find it segregated also.
 

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Yeah I just think part of reason would have been part of reason he wanted to move on. But then you got a guy like Giannis who seems to love the city. I won't deny MKE has it's issues but I think you go to major urban inner city like Chicago or Detroit will also find it segregated also.
Perception vs reality. Move south if you want to see real segregation.
 

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Yeah I just think part of reason would have been part of reason he wanted to move on. But then you got a guy like Giannis who seems to love the city. I won't deny MKE has it's issues but I think you go to major urban inner city like Chicago or Detroit will also find it segregated also.
I will be as sensitive as possible saying this. Wisconsin is lily white and has no idea what real segregation is.
 
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