Description: Yesterday we spoke with Juan Romero, the busboy from the iconic photo of RFK’s assassination. Today we speak with someone from another landmark event of the mid-20th century: The Kent St shooting. When shots rang out on Kent State's campus on May 4, 1970, Dean Kahler was just a curious student wondering what all the protests were. He was struck by a bullet and lost the use of his legs. But he never lost hope. Dean joins us.
Dean Kahler was a student at Kent St when the 1970 shooting broke out.