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• A petition for a rainbow crosswalk near Pulse has gained over 1,000 signatures on change.org. The mayor’s press secretary says that they are looking into the possibility of a rainbow crosswalk, and are researching regarding possible color and art treatments in crosswalks. Read More »
• People in Brevard will mark one year since the Pulse shooting with a “United We Stand For Love” vigil this weekend. Speak Out Brevard and Space Coast Pride are organizing the event. “49 volunteers signed up to each hold a poster- board type picture of every one of the victims and then we have two volunteers that are also going to be holding up a Pride flag at that point in time and we’re going to have rainbow glow sticks for everyone in the crowd,” said Speak Out Brevard Treasurer Jazzie Hennings. Proceeds from merchandise sales and a silent auction at the event will go to the One Pulse Foundation and the local PFLAG chapter and Rainbow Youth. The vigil … Read More »
• Hispanic Family Counseling’s Orlando and Kissimmee offices are open Tuesday for free counseling for anyone in need. The organization worked in conjunction with the city for support at Monday’s Lake Eola event to mark one year since the Pulse shooting. Read More »
• Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer was the public face of the city as it struggled to comprehend the shooting. He said the Dyer and Orange County mayor Teresa Jacobs helped steer the community through its worst hours. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer was the public face of the city as it struggled to comprehend the shooting. He said the Dyer and Orange County mayor Teresa Jacobs helped steer the community through its worst hours Read More »