On an average sunny autumn day, students and parents can often be seen walking on the Kent State University campus checking out the facilities or visiting family. But on Saturday, they were joined by a group of about 30 people legally carrying various kinds of firearms. They were shadowed by a small group of student protesters carrying signs and flowers and a retired professor sharing the university’s harrowing history.
“And the conversation would go something like this, ‘You know, Aimee, you’re very attractive. You don’t look disabled.’ I thought, Well, that’s amazing, because I don’t feel disabled.” — Aimee Mullins, athlete, actress and fashion model