Kent State

May 5, 2010 at 12:23 am Leave a comment

Kent State was before my generation. It was day that happened that fourty years ago about the protests against the Vietnam War. For me, the song "Ohio" captures the memories of that day. It was protest against unjust war. A lot of textbooks do not cover this holiday. Some people think it was a pivotal day in American history.

For me, it represents a protest against the war machine. A generation struggled against the war machine and eventually we withdrew. What lessons are to be learned from that day? What can the peace movement do against the war machine? Those are the questions that we have to ask ourselves.

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