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story.lead_photo.caption Bobby C. Martin, a Muscogee (Creek) artist; Bonnie Barnes, the assistant manager of the Museum of Native American History; and Macey Henley, MONAH’S cultural outreach coordinator, joined Mary Jordan in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette podcast studio to talk about how art has the ability to break down barriers and remove stereotypes for the region’s Native American population.

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The narrative that exists for Northwest Arkansas’ Native American population is the focus of this diversity in the visual arts podcast.

Bobby C. Martin, a Muscogee (Creek) artist; Bonnie Barnes, the assistant manager of the Museum of Native American History; and Macey Henley, MONAH’S cultural outreach coordinator, joined us in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette podcast studio to talk about how art has the ability to break down barriers and remove stereotypes for the region’s Native American population.

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