National LGBTQ Task Force honors Pulse victims with action
Washington DC, June 12, 2017 — To mark the first anniversary of the Pulse night club shooting, the National LGBTQ Task Force is issuing the following statement.
“Today as we remember the 49 people who were murdered at the Pulse night club in Orlando one year ago, our thoughts continue to be with victims and survivors and their families, as well as the greater Orlando area, who continue to be deeply impacted by this appalling act of violence. We promise to #HonorThemWithAction through our work for freedom, justice, equality and equity for everyone. We also commit to redoubling our efforts to help create a nation free from gun violence. Please get involved,” said Rea Carey, Executive Director, National LGBTQ Task Force.
The National LGBTQ Task Force is co-leading the post Equality March “49 Days for #HonorThemWithAction” campaign with Equality Florida and the Equality March. The organization encourages people to commit to join in 49 days of action online and offline.
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