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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

Pulse Survivor Brandon Wolf and Multiple Community Groups to Rally at City Hall

On June 12, survivors of the mass shooting at the gay nightclub Pulse plan to grieve and remember the friends whose lives were stolen by a gunman. But on June 11, some of them plan to yell and chant at Orlando City Hall at a protest demanding an end to the epidemic of gun violence that cut short the hopes and dreams of 49 people two years ago. The rally organized by Pulse survivor Brandon Wolf and several community groups comes four months after a shooter killed 17 students and teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Less than a month after the Parkland shooting, Gov. Rick Scott signed a $400 million measure that bans bump stocks, raises the minimum …
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(L-R) Christopher Hansen, Dr. Josh Corsa, Nurse Libby Brown & 90.7’s Matthew Peddie during the Taking Your Pulse Town Hall at ORMC. Photo: Jenny Babcock, WMFE
Pulse Shooting

Taking Your Pulse Town Hall: A Community Conversation

As part of 90.7’s Taking Your Pulse project, we recorded a live town hall in front of an audience at the Orlando Regional Medical Center- the hospital where most of the victims from the Pulse nightclub shooting were treated. The town hall featured conversations with those who helped Pulse survivors, members of the LGBTQ & LatinX communities, Mayor Buddy Dyer and police chief John Mina
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