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30 Minutes- Red Ink with Joseph Angel Quintana and Tygel Pinto
Red Ink (29:17) 2013-04-28 Amanda Shauger
30 Minutes- Red Ink with Joseph Angel Quintana and Tygel Pinto
Red Ink editor Joseph Angel Quintana discusses the challenges and resiliency of the University of Arizona student based Native American publication. 30 Minutes speaks with Red Ink Magazine Editor Joseph Angel Quintana about the University of Arizona based Native publication. Navajo flutist Tygel Pinto performs. Red Ink will host a release party on Friday, May 3rd at Espresso Arts on 944 East University Boulevard from 6-9pm. The event will include Sherwin Bitsui, Simon Ortiz, Tygel Pinto and Shining Soul.

Red Ink's primary mission is to highlight Native American intellectual and creative expressionism through the media of scholarly articles, original artwork, photography, poetry, and creative writing. Red Ink also promotes an ongoing discourse with students, professors, tribal leaders, tribal members, and all other interested communities (Native and Non-Native) regarding critical and timely Native American issues. In an attempt to present a journal that is both challenging and accessible, Red Ink is interdisciplinary in focus and provides a vital forum for both students and non-students to engage in an open dialogue with other Native researchers and writers in their respective fields.

Red Ink has brought the voices and issues regarding Native peoples to the attention of the country and the world. A non-profit organization, remains the only Native American university publication run exclusively by students. Only through the continued literary, artistic, and financial contributions of our many readers, can Red Ink continue to serve as the premier Native American scholastic and creative magazine.