People React To Pulse Nightclub Shooting One Year Later

It’s been one year since the deadliest mass shooting  in U.S. history. The shooting, which happened at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, left 49 people dead and 58 people wounded. In a way, it’s hard to believe that it’s been a full year since the shooting–it somehow feels like it’s been both, like, a month and an eternity since it happened–but, in the time that’s gone by, people are still trying to grapple with its consequences.

Progress has, in some ways, been made–plans are underway for a memorial for the victims of the shooting–but in other ways, things have regressed. We are no closer to an effective form of gun control that might have made this shooting harder to execute, and, since the shooting, a person who congratulated himself for “being right” about terrorism has become president of the United States. But this is a time to honor the people who were lost more than anything else–so, see how people are paying respect to the victims and survivors one year later here:

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(One more time for the people in the back.)


 

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Survivors were on a float at the Boston Pride parade:

Have your thoughts on the Pulse shooting changed since it happened? Let us know in the comments.

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