Hi, Everyone. I notice that every now and then I read a comment where someone says they don't know what happened at Kent State in 1970, the event that led to the composition of the song "Ohio", or as many know it, "Four Dead In Ohio". I just saw a program from the History Channel which attempts to explain both sides of the conflict, as well as to relate it to events today. I think it is important to know the whole story, if possible, surrounding any historical conflict. I thought it was interesting and informative, so I thought I would post here. The last time that I know of it running was on March 9 (I recorded it, so I just now watched). InPeace, InLove Edit: I guess it would help to tell the name of the program, lol. It's called "Our Generation". Don't know if that is a series or not.