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National history, personal narratives Reconciling past and present Town and gown tension Inspiration flows from traedgy KSU holds nearly two dozen May 4th memorial events Questions remain A legacy of peace New evidence in Kent State cold case Donna Karan's Urban Zen Foundation comes to Kent College Of Nursing DOJ refuses to re-open 1970 Kent State shooting investigation Dean Kahler: Visitors' Center helps him move past May 4, 1970 A new film focuses on the event that led to the Kent State shootings


National history, personal narratives
Life since May 4, 1970: students, towns-people and guardsmen
For some, the day changed everything. For others, life moved on
History contains facts.

Forty years ago a group of Ohio National Guard fired on students at the Kent State campus, killing four, wounding nine. This is a fact. But most of all, history is stories.

May 4th continues to resonate because of the many stories of lives touched by the event -- students, guardsmen, teachers, and towns-folk. Here are six of those stories -- six memories of the day the Vietnam War came home.




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