Anti-War Protests

Fifty Years Later, Gunfire At Kent State Still Echoes
Mary Ann Vecchio kneels over the body of the student Jeffrey Miller, who was killed by Ohio National Guard troops during an antiwar demonstration at Kent State University on May 4, 1970. Image from: John Paul Filo Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.

Fifty Years Later, Gunfire At Kent State Still Echoes

On May 4, 1970, four college students at Kent State University were killed by National Guard troops during an anti-Vietnam War protest. War casualties came to a state campus in Ohio.

Days Of Protest Past - 1970

Days of Protest Past - 1970. In light of the (then) recent killing of students by National Guard troops at Kent State and Jackson State, the nature of Anti-War protest took a sudden violent turn. A panel discussion featuring NBC News Anchor Edwin Newman asked a group of student leaders to assess the latest events.

Days Of Protest Past - 1968

Days Of Protest Past - looking at the protest movement from the deep-distant past via a radio documentary produced by NBC News' Monthly program Second Sunday broadcast in October 1968.