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OAM August 1970.pdf
Article by Stewart I. Edelstein, "Oberlin's Reaction to Kent and Cambodia," in the Oberlin Alumni Magazine, August 1970.

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Oberlin College press release announcing the nature of its "Kent in Exile" function for the 200 Kent State students expected to arrive on campus that day, May 12, 1970.

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Two-page press release from Oberlin College announcing student and faculty activities in response to the tragedy at Kent State, and Oberlin College's designation as "Kent State in Exile" by the Ohio Coalition of Colleges and Universities.

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Press release announcing the statement read by Acting Dean of Students Thomas F. Bechtel at a mass meeting of Oberlin College students in Finney Chapel the night after the shootings at Kent State.

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Handmade armband worn by Anne Kaplan, class of 1973, at the May 1970 Vietnam War protest march in Washington, D.C.

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…
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