Kent State: Coming of age 40 years after May 4, 1970 shootings ...

Kent State: Coming of age 40 years after May 4, 1970 shootings ...

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Shining-White-Living-Area-with-Cute-Red-Couch-and-Plate-Collections

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New York City #lapatataingiacchetta

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Kent State massacre 5/4/70. Not the 60's but still an important event of the times.

Kent State massacre 5/4/70. Not the 60's but still an important event of the times.

National Guard troops move in on a student protest at Kent State Ohio on 4 May 1970 Photograph: Time & Life images

National Guard troops move in on a student protest at Kent State Ohio on 4 May 1970 Photograph: Time & Life images

MASSACRE AT KENT STATE...Viet Nam war protesters, most students at Kent State, fired on by Ohio National Guard, 4 killed and many injured, some severely.

MASSACRE AT KENT STATE...Viet Nam war protesters, most students at Kent State, fired on by Ohio National Guard, 4 killed and many injured, some severely.

Important Dates in US History Bookmark

Important Dates in US History Bookmark

Topic: The Great Plague of London in numbers | Explore Royal Museums Greenwich

Topic: The Great Plague of London in numbers | Explore Royal Museums Greenwich

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) button - SDS was the largest and most influential radical student organization of the 1960s. At its inception in 1960, there were just a few dozen members, inspired by the civil rights movement and initially concerned with equality, economic justice, peace, and participatory democracy. With the escalation of the Vietnam War, SDS grew rapidly as young people protested the destruction wrought by the U.S. government and military.

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) button - SDS was the largest and most influential radical student organization of the 1960s. At its inception in 1960, there were just a few dozen members, inspired by the civil rights movement and initially concerned with equality, economic justice, peace, and participatory democracy. With the escalation of the Vietnam War, SDS grew rapidly as young people protested the destruction wrought by the U.S. government and military.

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