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Party will celebrate second issue of journal

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The second issue of Native Perspectives, an independent student-produced American Indian news journal, comes out Wednesday.

The public is invited to a release party at 6 p.m. at the Cellar Bistro, on the underground level of the Student Union Memorial Center at the University of Arizona.

The 12-page journal contains essays, interviews and articles from UA students and Tucson residents, according to a news release from the Native American Journalists Association.

The journal was founded by Candace Begody, a UA journalism senior and former Tucson Citizen intern.

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