PORTLAND, Ore. -- In the aftermath of the Kent State shootings, college campuses around the country became a focal point of the nation's rage.

For several days, a peaceful encampment on the Portland State University campus was the hub of the student protest activity.

City officials decided to remove the students on May 11, 1970, and this KGW film captures the short but bloody riot as police and students clashed on the streets.

When it was over, 30 student demonstrators and two police officers were injured.

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