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Pulse Nightclub Shooting in Orlando


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File photo: The memorial  at Pulse night club.
Pulse Shooting

Brevard County To Hold Vigil Saturday For Pulse


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 …
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Orange County Mayor Buddy Dyer. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Pulse Shooting

Orlando and Orange County Mayors Reflect On The 12 Months After Pulse


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
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Cha Cha Davis. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Pulse Shooting

United Pulse, Separated Community


Cha Cha Davis is a club promoter, activist, and community leader with the LGBT community. 90.7’s Matthew Peddie was joined Davis in the studio who said there’s still a lot more work to do for the city to truly be united after Pulse.
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One year after the Pulse shooting, the community gathers at the club for vigils and remembrance. Photo: Joey Roulette
Pulse Shooting

Orlando’s Heart Still Beating One Year After Pulse


On Orlando United day, one year after the shooting at Pulse, the community gathered at events across the city to mourn the 49 victims, pay tribute to the first responders, and comfort the survivors and their families. Reverend Bryan Fulwider, Imam Muhammad Musri, and Rabbi Steve Engel joined 90.7’s Matthew Peddie in the studio for a conversation about how the faith community responded to the tragedy.
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