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LGBTQ PAC Pride Fund Supports Gun Violence Research Act

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National
Pride Fund to End Gun Violence is the only national LGBTQ political organization focused solely on gun violence prevention. Founded by Jason Lindsay, a gay Iraq War veteran, in the days following the June 2016 mass shooting at Pulse. ...
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Seattle Women’s Pride Continues Honored Tradition, Makes New Strides

Local
Seattle Women's Pride was successful for the fourth year because of community involvement - the reason for its inception. ...
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We Will Not Be Unseen: A Message of Resilience from Spokane

Jonathan Shuffield
Columns
Do not mistake me for wanting this day to be somber, to turn our party down. On the contrary, let our history remind you why we celebrate! Let it make you dance longer, scream louder and love harder! ...
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Lesbian Indie Artists Release Music Tribute ‘Finish the Dance’ to Pulse Nightclub Victims

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Entertainment
The song, "Finish the Dance" is an upbeat dance track with a message of perseverance and love. The track’s opening piano “montuno” and classical guitar pay homage to Latino members of the LGBTQ community who were the majority of those slain that night. ...
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Hundreds Expected to Pay Tribute to Pulse Victims in Seattle June 12

Local
Seattle's LGBTQ community will unite at 7 p.m. at Cal Anderson Park on Monday, June 12, 2017 to honor the victims, family members and friends affected by the Orlando Pulse nightclub massacre - the deadliest shooting in U.S. history. ...
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Remembering Pulse: Recording Conversations About the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

National
Family Equality Council, StoryCorps, and WMFE are partnering with The Center in Orlando to host survivors, crisis counselors, first responders, staff of local community organizations, family members of victims, and the artist behind the “angel wings” counter-protest at victims’ funerals. ...
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Pulse Nightclub Victims’ Families Sue Twitter, Google, Facebook

Youths in traditional clothing look at a makeshift memorial for the Pulse nightclub mass shooting victims in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 21, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
National
The families of three men killed at Orlando's Pulse gay nightclub have sued Twitter Inc, Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc in federal court. ...
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Orlando’s Stephanie Murphy Receives LGBT Gun Reform PAC Endorsement

Stephanie Murphy/Orlando Politics
Politics
Pride Fund to End Gun Violence PAC announces its first candidate endorsement since its formation in the wake of the Orlando Pulse nightclub mass shooting. ...
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Chelsea Clinton Tells Logo She Hopes for LGBT President

Raymond & Chelsea Clinton
Politics
Logo has announced a multi-platform digital series focused on the issues that matter most to LGBT people and their families during this year’s Presidential election. ...
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MTV’s ‘True Life’ to Focus on Orlando Pulse Nightclub Victims

True Life/MTV
Entertainment
MTV announced their next installment of True Life will focus on four people who were injured during the Orlando shooting at Pulse. ...
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