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Trudell

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Trudell

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On the 46th anniversary of 71 day occupation of Wounded Knee, where over 200 members of the American Indian Movement protested the US government failure to honor treaties with Native People resulting in many dead & wounded & the framing & life imprisonment of Leonard Peltier, we pay tribute to John Trudell, Native American author, poet, actor, & Grammy nominated musician who was chairperson of the American Indian Movement throughout most of the 1970’s.The FBI, which collected over 17,000 pages of his life, said “He is extremely eloquent, therefore extremely dangerous. Man after our own heart. Presente!”

Located in the Bundy Museum Annex

As always the screening is free but donations are welcome!

Doors open at 630 film starts promptly at 7

Earlier Event: February 22
Shawna Caspi at the Chenango Sessions