Citizens of the world are showing their support by standing in solidarity with those affected by the Orlando LGBTQ nightclub shooting.
Here is a look at the outpouring of love and support for the Orlando victims:
The spire of One World Trade Center lit in the colors of the rainbow in honor of the Orlando mass shooting victims.
Hundreds gathered outside the White House this evening, singing the Star-Spangled Banner:
“Tel Aviv city hall lights up for USA in solidarity with the tragedy in Orlando. Together we stand united against terrorism.”
Hundreds gathered at The Stonewall Inn in New York City remembering the Orlando mass shooting victims
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The streets of New York City are in solidarity with Orlando’s mass shooting victims. ?: Michael S Bailey/Facebook
Empire State Building will remain dark tonight in show of support for victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
The Orlando Eye lights up in rainbow colors to honor the victims of this morning’s shooting.
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
Hundreds of Miami Beach residents gathered at a vigil to mourn the losses of 50 people who were killed at an Orlando nightclub. The crowd was singing John Lennon’s “Imagine”.
Seattle’s Space Needle hoisted the rainbow flag up today, and was flown at half-staff. (via Natalie Barreda)
The LA PRIDE Parade and Festival kicked off festivities today by paying tribute to Oralndo.
South Beach vigil at Palace Bar:
Vigil forms as mourners gather in Eola Park in downtown Orlando to honor and remember victims of the mass shooting.
“In addition to the high level bridge glowing in rainbow lights, Edmonton’s skyline will also pay tribute to the Orlando victims while demonstrating a commitment to love and acceptance.”
“The Lowry Avenue and I-35W bridges will be lit in rainbow hues this week in honor of the #OrlandoShooting victims.”
(Photo courtesy: MnDOT and Hennepin County)
*Equality Florida, Florida’s largest organization dedicated to securing justice for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community, has set up a GoFundMe page to help raise funds for the victims and families of the horrific shooting at Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub. Please donate if you are able. Click here for more information.