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Red Ink 15.02

Red Ink is a Native American, student-run publication at the University of Arizona. Established in 1989, Red Ink has published the works of writers and artists (both well-known and budding) from many different Native Nations. Red Ink's primary mission to highlight Native American intellectual and creative expression through the media of poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, scholarly articles, original artwork, photography, and book, music and film reviews. Red Ink promotes an ongoing discourse with all persons and organizations that are interested in Native American issues and topics. Red Ink is designed to promote both scholarly and grassroots publishing by and for Native and non-Native members of--as well as advocates for--indigenous communities. Our goal is to provide a journal that is accessible to non-academics, while also providing a forum for serious scholars.

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2010

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Red Ink
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences