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One Year On, After Pulse, Orlando Remembers

One year ago a gunman stormed the Pulse Nightclub and shot 49 people to death. On this, the one year anniversary of the largest singer person-shooter event in American history, The City of Orlando and Orange County Government, and Pulse have designated June 12, 2017 “Orlando United Day – A Day of Love and Kindness.”

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Police at Pulse Nightclub, June 12, 2016 the morning after a gunman killed 49 persons, and injured 58 others, before he was himself killed by law enforcement
Police at Pulse Nightclub, June 12, 2016 the morning after a gunman killed 49 persons, and injured 58 others, before he was himself killed by law enforcement Photo:Reuters
 Pulse Nightclub had been considered a safe space for LGBTQ persons. On the night of the attack it had hosted a Latin night, and many of the victims were of Puerto Rican origin
Pulse Nightclub had been considered a safe space for LGBTQ persons. On the night of the attack it had hosted a Latin night, and many of the victims were of Puerto Rican origin Photo:Reuters
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Reuters Photo:49 people were killed at the Pulse Nightclub on June 12, 2016. 58 others were wounded at a club many in Orlanso's LGBTQ community considered a 'safe space'
Jose Ramirez reacts at the memorial outside of the Pulse Nightclub on
Jose Ramirez reacts at the memorial outside of the Pulse Nightclub on 'Orlando United Day' - June 12, 2017 Photo:Reuters
Liz Lockwood embraces Leann Ferguson outside the Pulse memorial on Orlando United Day - the one year anniversary of the deadliest single shooter incident in US history
Liz Lockwood embraces Leann Ferguson outside the Pulse memorial on Orlando United Day - the one year anniversary of the deadliest single shooter incident in US history Photo:Reuters
Kaliesha Andina survived the Pulse shooting. She was shot in her arm; here she shows off her tattoo memorializing friends killed at Pulse one year ago
Kaliesha Andina survived the Pulse shooting. She was shot in her arm; here she shows off her tattoo memorializing friends killed at Pulse one year ago Photo:Reuters
Memorial in front of the Pulse Nightclub on the one year anniversary of the deadliest single person shooter event in US history
Memorial in front of the Pulse Nightclub on the one year anniversary of the deadliest single person shooter event in US history Photo:Reuters
 Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bower, seen here at a local Pride event, declared June 12, 2017
Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bower, seen here at a local Pride event, declared June 12, 2017 'Orlando United Day' in Washington DC Photo:Reuters
Women reacting during a New York vigil outside the legendary Stonewall Inn, for the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting
Women reacting during a New York vigil outside the legendary Stonewall Inn, for the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting Photo:EFE
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