Flowers Are Better Than Bullets

Thank you for attending the 45th commemoration of the Kent State Massacre and honoring, remembering this important day. My sister Allison Beth Krause was one of four Kent State students killed by the Ohio National Guard in a campus parking lot here at Kent State University 45 years ago. As many of you know, this […]

Nuclear Power, Kent State & Arthur Krause

Here walks my dad, Arthur Krause with Reverend John Adams and other protesters on his last trip back to Kent State. His daughter, Allison Krause, was slain at Kent State in the student protest against the Vietnam War on May 4, 1970, a day that forever changed our family and civil rights in America. Approaching […]

Kent State: The Day That Was

The Kent State Truth Tribunal this weekend heard testimony from forensic audio scientist Stuart Allen that establishes clear orders to shoot live ammunition at unarmed protesting students by the Ohio National Guard. The tape also reveals startling evidence of an altercation with distinct gunshots from a separate weapon fired directly prior to the National Guard’s […]

Kent State: the First Amendment and the Death Of Innocence

Since the beginning of 2010, the Kent State Truth Tri­bunal has been focused on collecting and understand­ing the truth about the circumstances that surrounded the killing of four students and the wounding of nine others at Kent State University in Ohio on May 4, 1970. As new evidence emerges that supports the belief that the […]

Shining a Light On The Kent State Shootings of 1970

On August 7 and 8, the Kent State Truth Tribunal (KSTT) traveled to San Francisco to record and preserve narratives from west coast-based original witnesses to and participants in the 1970 Kent State shootings. My sister Allison Krause was one of the four stu­dents killed at Kent State and our tribunal has provided an opportunity […]

Unjustified, Indefensible, Wrong

My sister Allison Krause was one of four students killed in the 1970 Kent State shootings. You may have heard about that day in American history – May 4, 1970 – when the Ohio National Guard opened fire on unarmed students protesting the invasion of Cambodia. Some of those killed or injured were just walking […]