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story.lead_photo.caption Melisa Laelan, Chief Executive Director and founder of Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese, (from left) Nelson Peacock, President and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas Council, Allyson Esposito, Executive director of a regional arts service organization discuss the Marshallese culture and creation as well as the value of diversity in the arts with reporter Mary Jordan, Wednesday Dec. 18, 2019, at hte Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette office in Fayetteville.

The evolving nature of local Marshallese art and the value of diversity in the arts is the topic of conversation in this podcast that launches a seven-story diversity in the visual arts series for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Melisa Laelan, chief executive director and founder of the Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese; Nelson Peacock, president and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas Council; and Allyson Esposito, executive director of a regional arts service organization launched by the Northwest Arkansas Council, joined us in the NWADG podcast studio to speak into the topics.

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