At first glance, New Ulm looks much like any other small town in the US.
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He also suspects that accusers are coming forward because of “difficult decisions” he has made, but, citing privacy laws, he would not elaborate.“I have never engaged in sexual misconduct and certainly have not made any sexual advances toward anyone,” Nienstedt told me.“The allegations are a decade old or more, prior to my service as archbishop of St.Paul and Minneapolis,” he continued, emphasizing that “none of the allegations involve minors or illegal or criminal behavior.” The “only accusation,” Nienstedt explained, is of “improper touching (of the person’s neck),” and was made by a former priest.The archbishop agreed to hire an outside law firm to investigate the accusation.
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Immigrants from south-western Germany and from the Egerland region, which today is part of the Czech Republic, founded this little town on the prairie.
Each year, thousands of tourists flock to New Ulm to celebrate German-American heritage festivals and to experience a part of "Germany" in the heartland of the US. Many of its historic buildings are beautifully preserved, explains the town's mayor Arnold Koelpin.
People still enjoy being here because it's so gemütlich." A particular excerpt of the DW documentary "Afro.
Germany" went viral: the touching testimony of one of the oldest Afro-Germans born in Berlin.