May 4, 2000 | Kent State University

May 4, 2000

During the 30th commemoration of May 4, 1970, RoseMarie and Noel Egensperger of Cleveland participate in an early morning vigil together at the place where William Schroeder was killed by the Ohio National Guard during anti-Vietnam War protests on the Kent State University campus. (Photo courtesy of Kent State University)

May 4 2000 eary morning vigil

During the May 4 commemoration in 2000, Steve Skovensky, a Kent State University student and member of the May 4 Task Force, rings the Victory Bell to symbolize the beginning of the commemoration. It is also rung to acknowledge each of the 13 students wounded or killed at Kent State on May 4, 1970, and once for each of the victims of the Jackson State University shootings on May 14, 1970. (Photo courtesy of Kent State University)

May 4 2000 Bell ring