Kent State: The Day The War Came Home

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies in Wallingford
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7:00 PM, Friday, May 22, 2015
Location: Wallingford, Seattle, WA (click for map)

Mary Ann Vecchio

The right to protest and the methods authorities use to control protesters are a constant concern in our society.

Kent State University, Ohio, May 4, 1970; 13 seconds, 67 bullets, 9 wounded, 4 dead. Former students and Ohio National Guardsmen reflect on the events of May 1-4, 1970, that led to the shooting at Kent State University. Archival footage, photos, and individual reminiscences evoke the emotional responses to student protests over the United States’ involvement in Southeast Asia.

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Release Year: 2000

Running Time: 47 min

Director: Chris Triffo

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  1. Kit Burns
    #1 Kit Burns Author 4 May, 2015, 11:27

    This is an important film in view of peaceful protests yesterday and today. It is our history.

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