Why these rural communities are prioritizing access to arts
Clip: 11/11/2019 | 7m 11s
Americans have been drawn to rural areas in recent years partly due to the appeal of a higher quality of life. These regions have not traditionally been known as art hubs, but some residents say that trend is changing. Jeffrey Brown reports from northern Minnesota, where artists and community leaders are fighting the national narrative of rural America in decline.
Aired: 11/11/19Video has closed captioning.
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