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John Trudell (I) (1946–2015)


John Trudell was born in Omaha, Nebraska, to a Santee Sioux father and Mexican Indian mother. After a stint in the Navy (and Vietnam) from 1963 to 1969, he became involved with the American Indian Movement, becoming National Chairman in 1973. He held that position until 1979; it was then that his wife Tina, mother-in-law, and three children ages ... See full bio »

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Reel Injun
Reel Injun Himself
(2009)
Incident at Oglala
Incident at Oglala Music Department
(1992)
On Deadly Ground
On Deadly Ground Johnny Redfeather
(1994)
Smoke Signals
Smoke Signals Randy Peone
(1998)

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 2012 Dark Blood
Indian #2 (as John Trudell Jr.)
 2005 A Thousand Roads (Short)
Narrator
 2004 Sawtooth
Worm
 2003 DreamKeeper (TV Movie)
Coyote
 1992 Thunderheart
Jimmy Looks Twice
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Latest CD, "Blue Indians" (2000) See more »

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John Trudell Jr.
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He was the National Chairman of the American Indian Movement from 1973 to 1979; he resigned the position after the deaths of his wife, Tina Manning Trudell, their three children, and Tina's mother Leah Manning, in a suspicious fire on their reservation in Nevada. However, he remained the Movement's national spokesman for many years afterward. See more »

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