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Family, survivors, activists talk during May 4, 1970 memorial
Thousands attend ceremony marking the 40th anniversary
Thousands gathered on the Kent State University campus Tuesday to mark the 40th anniversary of the May 4th, 1970, shootings. Nearly a dozen speakers paid tribute to the four students killed by national guardsmen.




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