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CINCINNATI - Organizers of Friday's vigil hope the sidewalk along Clifton Avenue will be filled with supporters, flowers and American flags.

The University of Cincinnati Muslim Student Association is organizing the event Friday at 3:30 p.m.

Their goal is for the vigil to stretch from Martin Luther King to Ludlow with supporters, American flags and flowers.

Organizers say they are honoring the memory and work of those who were killed in Libya this week, including US Ambassador Chris Stevens.

To learn more about the University's Muslim Student Association, go to www.uc.edu/webapps/ucosmic/students/sald/detail.aspx?db=Sald&pk=255 .

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