Remembering the Kent State massacre 45 years later

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On May 4, 1970 on the campus of Kent State University in Ohio, members of the Ohio National Guard fired shots on an unarmed group protesting the Vietnam War, ultimately killing four students.

The day's events captured national attention and provided the fodder for a Pulitzer Prize photograph taken by John Filo, but his iconic and heartbreaking image was far from the only image of the day's events.

See move in the gallery above and share your memories of that day in the comments.