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Approximately 12,000 Marshallese call northwest Arkansas home now. The migration started back in the 1980s when Marshall Island citizens started arriving in Arkansas to work at a Tyson Foods plant. Citizens of the Marshall Islands are free to work in the U.S. without a visa because of the Compact of Free Association. I'd been wanting to write about the Arkansas Marshallese community for a while and finally got the chance to write about a radio station - KMRW 98.9 - that broadcasts news, music and health information relevant to the community. The link to the story is in my profile. Here, Lisa Lajwi, a station staff member, works at her desk. 📷 Courtesy: KMRW . . . #arkansas#nwa#marshallislands#Pacific#marshallese#radio#radiostation#PacificIslander#culture#history#journalism#amwriting