Remembering Vietnam
 
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Photographer Paul Tople talks about documenting the events surrounding May 4th. Photographer Paul Tople talks about documenting the events surrounding May 4th.

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Current students at Kent State talk about activism and their impressions of May 4, 1970.

Current students at Kent State talk about activism and their impressions of May 4, 1970.

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Dr. David McCoy, an Assistant Professor of Journalism and Digital Media at Ashland University, talks about historical documentaries.

Dr. David McCoy, an Assistant Professor of Journalism and Digital Media at Ashland University, talks about historical documentaries.

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Discussion with Toan Huynh, a Vietnam-era refugee living in Northeast Ohio.

Discussion with Toan Huynh, a Vietnam-era refugee living in Northeast Ohio.

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A comparison between the impact of social media today on news gathering and media delivery methods during the Vietnam era.

A comparison between the impact of social media today on news gathering and media delivery methods during the Vietnam era.

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Soldiers from a variety of military backgrounds share their stories of what led them to serve.

Soldiers from a variety of military backgrounds share their stories of what led them to serve.

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A look at why Vietnam vets continue to gather, plus examples of their brotherhood.

A look at why Vietnam vets continue to gather, plus examples of their brotherhood.

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Tim Rudell, WKSU-FM Reporter Vietnam Vets at 40
by Tim Rudell
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Kevin Niedermier, WKSU-FM Reporter/Producer

Learning From Vietnam
by Kevin Niedermier

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M.L. Schultze, WKSU-FM Reporter/Web Editor The Immigrants
by M.L. Schultze
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Kabir Bhatia, WKSU-FM Reporter/Producer The Lens of the Media, Then and Now
by Kabir Bhatia
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Amanda Rabinowitz , WKSU-FM Local Host of Morning Edition and The Takeaway Last Days in Vietnam
by Amanda Rabinowitz
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Jeff St. Clair, WKSU-FM Reporter/Producer, Local Host of All Things Considered

May 4 – Coming Back to Kent
by Jeff St. Clair

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Vivian Goodman, WKSU-FM Reporter/Producer

The Lasting Impact on the Arts
by Vivian Goodman

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About the ProjectIn commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, Western Reserve PBS presents a slate of prime-time specials related to the Vietnam War.

In addition, we are working in cooperation with Kent State University and WKSU-FM radio on locally relevant stories about those affected by the Vietnam War. Surrounding the Vietnam War specials, Western Reserve PBS will air 90-second stories created by Kent State University student Daniel Henderson. In addition, WKSU-FM will cover stories about Vietnam veterans, immigrant communities in Northeast Ohio and events surrounding the May 4 shootings at KSU.

   
This project is a collaboration between Western Reserve PBS WKSUKent State University