At International Folk Art Market, culture is the commodity
Clip: 08/14/2019 | 6m 9s
Master artists from around the world gather in Santa Fe, New Mexico, each summer for the International Folk Art Market. The world's largest folk art market, it aims to preserve cultural traditions and foster economic opportunity. But it holds special significance for Native American artists whose people lived on the surrounding land for generations. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery reports.
Aired: 08/14/19Video has closed captioning.
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