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“PULSE feels like yesterday to me. The night before the shooting I produced an African American LGBTQ+ Youth Summit reception and celebration. Like so many queer people in queer spaces, those who partied at PULSE may have felt the same sense of sanctuary I did that night, except they never made it home, or arrived home forever changed." - @MrDavidJohns (shown after the summit, 5 years ago).

Our hearts are with everyone affected by this profoundly dark moment. #Pulse5YearsLater #PulseNightclub #Pulse

Read our full statement: nbjc.org/nbjc-remembers-pulse-nightclub-massacre-honors-victims-survivors-on-five-year-anniversary/
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“PULSE feels like yesterday to me. The night before the shooting I produced an African American LGBTQ+ Youth Summit reception and celebration. Like so many queer people in queer spaces, those who partied at PULSE may have felt the same sense of sanctuary I did that night, except they never made it home, or arrived home forever changed. - @MrDavidJohns (shown after the summit, 5 years ago). 

Our hearts are with everyone affected by this profoundly dark moment. #Pulse5YearsLater #PulseNightclub #Pulse 

Read our full statement: https://nbjc.org/nbjc-remembers-pulse-nightclub-massacre-honors-victims-survivors-on-five-year-anniversary/

Honoring the memories of the lives cut short at Pulse five years ago—and the many other members of the LGBTQ+ community whose lives have been taken or forever changed by hate and violence—means taking action to strengthen our nation’s gun safety policies. #Pulse5YearsLater
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Honoring the memories of the lives cut short at Pulse five years ago—and the many other members of the LGBTQ+ community whose lives have been taken or forever changed by hate and violence—means taking action to strengthen our nation’s gun safety policies. #Pulse5YearsLater

Today we remember each of the 49 PULSE massacre victims and survivors, like Patience Carter, in love and in solidarity with our LGBTQ+/SGL community.

Watch the full Glamour Magazine feature www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxjWTLvQszw
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Five years ago today, an armed gunman entered PULSE, a well-known LGBTQ+ nightclub in Central Florida, killing 49 people, injuring dozens more, and causing enduring mental health trauma for thousands in the largest mass murder of LGBTQ+/SGL (same gender loving) Americans in U.S. history.

“Today, we remember each of the 49 victims and survivors of the PULSE massacre in love and in solidarity with our LGBTQ+/SGL community. As we commemorate Pride month, it is imperative that we honor the individuals whose lives were stolen on June 12, 2016, due to senseless violence, hate, and bigotry...

“While this instance is a distant memory for some, it’s a reminder of the work ahead for Black LGBTQ+/SGL people, who feel unsafe in public space on a regular basis. The majority of PULSE victims in 2016 were people of color — and we will never forget...

“Our hearts are with everyone affected by this profoundly dark moment.” - David J. Johns, NBJC

Read our full statement: nbjc.org/nbjc-remembers-pulse-nightclub-massacre-honors-victims-survivors-on-five-year-anniversary/
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Five years ago today, an armed gunman entered PULSE, a well-known LGBTQ+ nightclub in Central Florida, killing 49 people, injuring dozens more, and causing enduring mental health trauma for thousands in the largest mass murder of LGBTQ+/SGL (same gender loving) Americans in U.S. history. 

“Today, we remember each of the 49 victims and survivors of the PULSE massacre in love and in solidarity with our LGBTQ+/SGL community. As we commemorate Pride month, it is imperative that we honor the individuals whose lives were stolen on June 12, 2016, due to senseless violence, hate, and bigotry...

“While this instance is a distant memory for some, it’s a reminder of the work ahead for Black LGBTQ+/SGL people, who feel unsafe in public space on a regular basis. The majority of PULSE victims in 2016 were people of color — and we will never forget...

“Our hearts are with everyone affected by this profoundly dark moment.” - David J. Johns, NBJC

Read our full statement: https://nbjc.org/nbjc-remembers-pulse-nightclub-massacre-honors-victims-survivors-on-five-year-anniversary/

Thank you, Lurie, and every person and company that has contributed to NBJC's continued efforts as part of their #Pride🌈 month contributions. It is because of you that we're able to continue to do what we do. ⁠

To contribute to our empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer+, and same gender loving (LGBTQ+/SGL) people and our mission to end racism, homophobia, and LGBTQ+/SGL bias and stigma visit NBJC.org!

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Thank you, Lurie, and every person and company that has contributed to NBJCs continued efforts as part of their #Pride🌈 month contributions. It is because of you that were able to continue to do what we do. ⁠
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To contribute to our empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer+, and same gender loving (LGBTQ+/SGL) people and our mission to end racism, homophobia, and LGBTQ+/SGL bias and stigma visit NBJC.org!

The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and same gender loving (LGBTQ/SGL) people, including people living with HIV/AIDS.