The Cost of Freedom: Voicing a Movement after Kent State 1970 (Paperback)Susan J. Erenrich (editor)
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Erenrich, who came to Kent State in 1975 as a college freshman, became a member of the May 4 Task Force, a student organization that continues to the present as an organizing group for marking the anniversary each year. Her involvement with the task force led her to make the many connections with writers, artists, and memory-keepers that have built this collection of primary source material.
While a number of books and articles over the years have treated the Kent State shootings and aftermath, this collection is unique in its focus on justice issues and its call for the future. The movement to seek justice, as Erenrich notes, is an ongoing one. These voices call to us to continue to move forward even as we learn from the past.
Publisher: Kent State University Press
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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