Youth Voices

Young people are making a difference. With Love Wisconsin’s stories you’ll meet—a young entrepreneur who developed a game for kids in refugee camps, enthusiastic first-time voters, a teenager teaching peers to play baaga’adowewin (the traditional game of lacrosse), and a young farmer who is shaping the future of agriculture. Their stories help all of us imagine our future together.  

“I love creating characters with important life lessons to learn.”

I’m from Fall Creek, Wisconsin, which is a very small town. Growing up, I was surrounded by a family of storytellers. Photos by Andi Stempniak My dad’s a public speaker, and my grandparents love to tell stories. My paternal grandmother has been writing poetry for longer than I’ve been alive, and my mom’s mother used

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Aidan Sanfelippo |Eau Claire, WI

“I really love games because of the ability for people to interact with them.”

I really love games because of the ability for people to interact with them. They’re not like other media where you sit down and just consume it. Games are great for learning because you have to actively engage and think about what you’re doing, which is awesome. Photo courtesy of Eleanore Falck I designed ‘Growing

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Eleanore Falck | Menomonie, WI