Communities around the world are joining together to broadcast love and unity into the world when there are those, like the gunman in Orlando, who wish to put fear and suffering center stage.
Scroll down for a glimpse at why his message will never trump the human capacity to heal:
A crowd of hundreds convenes on Stonewall Inn in New York, the site of the 1969 riots credited with sparking the modern gay rights movement:
Orlando Gay Chorus sings “True Colors” at the Joy MCC vigil. Congregation members singing along through tears:
Orlando Gay Chorus sings “True Colors” at the Joy MCC vigil. Congregation members singing along through tears. pic.twitter.com/tNkAu7stiG
— Hayley Tsukayama (@htsuka) June 12, 2016
Crowd of hundreds sings John Lennon’s “Imagine” at a Miami Beach vigil:
Marchers in the Los Angeles gay pride parade show solidarity with Orlando:
Tel Aviv city hall lights up for USA in solidarity with the tragedy in Orlando:
Mourners gather in downtown Orlando at Eola Park:
Thousands shut down the intersection of Castro/Market in San Francisco at Harvey Milk Plaza, then march to City Hall:
Boston gathers to stand in solidarity:
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