KENT, Ohio - Kent State University has created a walking tour to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Ohio National Guard shootings that killed four students and injured nine others.
The tour offers narration of seven relevant sites on the campus where Guard members opened fire on students protesting the Vietnam War on May 4, 1970.
The tour includes narration by civil-rights leader Julian Bond, which can be accessed through cell phone.
It also features placards with photos of the sites from 1970, maps and written descriptions.
The university has created an online newsroom with photos, events and university resources.
The university also seeks to raise funds to create a May 4 museum in a campus building that overlooks the shootings site.
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