An article in the May 4, 2010 edition of the AARP Bulletin includes a description of the role that RBG’s Sandy Rosen played in the aftermath of the Kent State shootings on May 4, 1970.  According to AARP, “The ACLU attorney who won a $600,000 settlement for the victims from the state of Ohio said they were his most memorable clients, and the trial and settlement the most intensely moving experience of his career.”  Sandy was also quoted extensively in a Cleveland Plain Dealer article on May 5 about the legal and historical implications of new evidence that has emerged that indicates an order to fire might have been given by Ohio National Guard officers.