Feb
06
    
Legacy by Berri Kramer

LEGACY

By Berri Kramer

I was a student at Kent State in 1971 when National Guard troops opened fire on Viet Nam war protesters and killed four of my fellow students.

I was one of the 1,414 at Seabrook in 1977. After I was arrested, they couldn’t keep me in jail for too long as I was pregnant with my first child. My kids later protested at Seabrook with Renny Cushing in an affinity group called “Just Us.” Thirty years later I am president of a small art college in Kennebunk, ME. We teach courses about global routes and on service to humanity.

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