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Earth Matters / David Miner

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This week’s Earth Matters interview with David Miner is a blend of environmental and social issues.  Miner lived in Kent, Ohio when the Cuyahoga River caught on fire in 1968, and when four students were killed by the Ohio National Guard in 1970.  The discussion with Earth Matters co-producer Donna Stevens of the Upper Gila Watershed Alliance and David Miner takes us back to the events of the late 60s and early 70s.

Ohio National Guard / Kent State University / May 4th, 1970
“Line of National Guard personnel, walking forward, wearing gas masks, with weapons,” Kent State University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives, accessed April 29, 2017,

This CounterPunch article addresses a range of issues – and unanswered questions – regarding the Kent State shootings.

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