The organizers of the third annual celebration moved the march out of Washington, D.C. for the very first time
On June 12th, 2016, Pulse became the second deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history- out of tragedy, there can be triumph.
"I echo our mayor to say to the survivors and family members of Pulse: it’s okay to not be okay. This was a tragedy."
Gunman killed 49 people on June 12, 2016
The winners have been announced in a global competition to design a memorial set to be built on the site of the Pulse nightclub. The competition...
Moral vacuum provides opportunity
Threatened LA Pride on morning after Pulse Nightclub shooting
Channeling anger and pain into political advocacy
"I have committed myself to saving this country from gun violence."
Remembering Pulse and moving forward