Joe Lewis recounts in chilling detail the Kent State Shooting in 1970, when the National Guard opened fire on protesting students. Lewis survived a gunshot wound and lived with the memories. Four other students tragically died that day. Lewis says he cried every day for the next 15 years. It is an amazing story from a witness to the massacre that day in Ohio.
Lewis was interviewed by award-winning journalist and author Clara Bingham. Check out more great stories from Kent State and the 1970 Protest Movement in Clara Bingham’s remarkable book: Witness to The Revolution