When: Tue., April 7, 7 p.m. 2015

When it comes to actually getting things done, there's something to be said for flying just under the radar. As a musician and spoken-word artist, John Trudell has had his flirtations with mainstream notoriety; Bob Dylan reportedly declared Trudell's AKA Graffiti Man, which was initially released on cassette, the best album of 1986. But his primary motivation has always been activism, including stints as chairman of the American Indian Movement and host of Radio Free Alcatraz. The son of a Native American father and Mexican mother, he's also the subject of the documentary Trudell, which will be screened for free at 7 p.m. in Colorado College's Worner Campus Center (902 N. Cascade Ave., 389-6607), to be followed tomorrow evening by a 7 p.m. live spoken-word performance at the Cornerstone Arts Center (825 N. Cascade Ave.). — Bill Forman

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