Forty-Six Years After the Kent State Shootings
On May 4, 1970 a Vietnam protest rally ended in tragedy as Ohio Army National Guard troops opened fire and killed four students and injured nine others at Kent State University. Forty-six years later, it is remembered for inflaming the Vietnam War debates and protests of the time and leaving a permanent scar on Ohio.
- Howard Means, Author, 67 Shots: Kent State and the End of American Innocence
- Denny Benedict, Alumnus, Kent State University
- Janice Wascko, Alumnus, Kent State University
This show originally aired on May 2, 2016 at 11 a.m.