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Cheryl McNany
Professor Frank
I had Professor Frank for two different Geology classes in the early 80's.  I remember the 1st class I had with him, he dedicated one session to May 4, 1970.  I not only enjoyed the Geology class but found the information he presented on May 4th to be very interesting.  I took a 2nd Geology class simply because I liked him and I knew there would be one session dedicated to talking about May 4, 1970.  I'm glad I was able to do that before he retired.
Sadie
History didn't repeat
The recent protests regarding George Floyd's murder recalled to me the Kent State shootings. I was too young at the time to understand the event so I started reading about it. Glenn Frank immediately became a hero to me. I think the memory of the Kent State shootings prevented killing of unarmed protesters during the recent demonstrations. Glenn Frank's actions saved lives in 1970 and continue to save lives.
Tom Burrows
God Bless Dr. Frank
I only knew Professor Frank from May 4 events in the ‘70s. But every time I hear the tape of him on May 4, I cry because I know without his plea, we would not now be talking about 4 dead, we would talking about so many that we would not even be able to recall their names. It is because of Professor Frank that we can remember Sandra, Allison, Jeff and Bill as individuals, rather than the first of 60, 70 or 100 murder victims.
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