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Pulse Nightclub Shooting in Orlando


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Ricardo Negron speaks to reporters outside the Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Pulse Shooting

Lawmakers Want To Recognize Pulse As A National Monument; A Survivor Turns To Activism


Three years on from the Pulse nightclub shooting, the site continues to be a place of reflection for mourners, as plans continue to take shape for a permanent memorial. Intersection talks to lawmaker Darren Soto about a proposal to designate the site a federally recognized national memorial. And we hear from Ricardo Negron, who was in the nightclub on the night of the shooting, and who has now turned to activism.
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The temporary memorial at the site of the Pulse nightclub. Photo : Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Pulse Shooting

Curating Pulse Memorial Items, Three Years On


This Wednesday marks three years since the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando that killed 49 people and injured more than 50. In the aftermath of the shooting, the Orange County Regional History Center began collecting the hundreds of memorial items left at the site of the nightclub and other makeshift memorial sites around the city. 
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