On June 12, 2016, the LGBTQ community was targeted. A man filled with hate and armed with an assault rifle murdered 49 people and injured 68 others at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Please join Pride Fund to End Gun Violence, the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington DC, and a great lineup of speakers on Tuesday, June 12th at 8pm in Dupont Circle as we commemorate the two-year anniversary of the shooting. Join us as we come together to honor the victims and demand action from our elected officials.
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We will begin the ceremony at 8pm as we gather at the fountain. Please bring your own candle if possible, as we will have a limited supply available.
About Pride Fund to End Gun Violence
In the wake of the shooting massacre at the Pulse nightclub, at the time the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the LGBTQ community was motivated to take action to prevent future gun tragedies. Pride Fund was created and exists to create a safer future for generations to come. We fight for laws that make our communities safer from guns. We fight for policies that protect LGBTQ individuals from discrimination and violence. We support candidates for office who do the same.
To learn more about our efforts, please visit www.pridefund.org