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Meet Jada Davis, first Black woman named ‘Miss Milwaukee’

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Meet Jada Davis, first Black woman named ‘Miss Milwaukee’

by Nick VanWagenen via

Jada Davis is a law student, a business owner, and was recently crowned ‘Miss Milwaukee’, the first Black woman to hold the title.

“It was an incredible moment,” Davis told Wisconsin’s Afternoon News.

Davis is new to the pageant world. The 2022 Miss Milwaukee pageant was just her second competition.

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