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Troops fired on Kent State students in 1970. Survivors see echoes in today’s campus protests

  • Troops shot unarmed war protesters at Kent State University, injuring Dean Kahler, a freshman.
  • Four students died and nine were injured when National Guard members fired into a crowd on May 4, 1970, after a confrontation escalated.
  • Kent State plans a memorial every May 4 to honor the students killed in the violent incident.
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