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Online Vigil: Share Your Love and Condolences

by HRC staff June 14, 2016

HRC has created an Online Vigil for the victims and survivors of the tragic Orlando attack. Here, members of the LGBTQ community and allies can send a message of comfort, solidarity, or heartbreak so we can heal – together.

Whether you're in Florida or anywhere in the world, you can share your message of support and solidarity for those affected in this online space. Always remember, our community is stronger when we join together, hand in hand.

Honor each one of the 49 we lost and those still fighting for their lives. Wherever you are, your message of love and remembrance can be heard by participating in a special online vigil we’ve created.

Write your words, leave your name, and continue to stand strong against hate and violence. Let us use this platform to remind ourselves what we already know to be true: love will conquer hate.

June will forever be marked by this tragedy. But, before this hateful act marred it, June was designated as National LGBTQ Pride Month. If there ever was a time to unite and show our pride – this is it.

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