If you are LGBT, “you are a part of me,” says Marcus Godden, who was in Orlando’s Pulse nightclub when a gunman opened fire early Sunday, killing 49 people and wounding 53.
Forty-nine people were killed in Orlando, double the amount of all LGBT homicides reported in 2015. None of these killings are acceptable, a new report reminds us.
President Obama called the attack "an act of hate" and challenged those who oppose gun restrictions to meet with families of victims.
Nearly one year after the horrific mass shooting at a South Carolina church that took her mother, two cousins and six others, Rev. Sharon Risher joined gun control advocates on Capitol Hill.
Equality Florida is leading the fundraising effort to support the victims, survivors, and their families as contributions roll in from corporations and people around the world.
In front of Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center, a memorial to the 49 victims of Sunday's deadly shooting rampage at The Pulse nightclub continues to grow.