Kent State the day the war came home /

This program looks back on the reasons for the violent attack on anti-Vietnam-war student demonstrators on the Kent State University campus in 1970. Shows the build-up of the protest against the Vietnam War, especially by the youth of the country and the Black Panthers, and follows the stories of th...

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Corporate Authors: Landmark Films.
Landmark Media, Inc.
Other Authors: Goetz, Ron.
Mucci, David.

Triffo, Chris.
Format: Movie Electronic
Language:English
Published:Falls Church, VA : Landmark Media, [2001?]
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Summary:This program looks back on the reasons for the violent attack on anti-Vietnam-war student demonstrators on the Kent State University campus in 1970. Shows the build-up of the protest against the Vietnam War, especially by the youth of the country and the Black Panthers, and follows the stories of the four students who were killed by National Guardsmen. Includes interviews with former students who witnessed the events including a wounded student-activist, a now paralyzed student, a former National Guardsman and a sociology professor.
Language Notes:This edition in English.
General Notes:Originally produced in 2000.
Physical Description:1 online resource (1 streaming video (48 min.))