Orlando’s elected officials have announced that June 12th, the anniversary of the Pulse massacre, will officially be dedicated as “Orlando United Day — A Day of Love and Kindness.”
On the anniversary, the city has planned a day of events in memory of the victims. There will be an art exhibit featuring collected works from various memorial sites in and around Orlando. A memorial service at the Pulse nightclub will follow.
Later on in the evening, a memorial ceremony will be held in the evening at Orlando’s Lake Eola.
As we all know too well, last year 49 people will killed at Pulse night club in the worse mass shooting ever recorded in the United States.
In related news, today a lawsuit was brought against the gunman’s wife and employer. Attorneys for 61 Pulse victims and family members was filed at the Palm Beach County courthouse, stating that Omar Mateen’s wife and employer could have stopped the massacre beforehand but chose not to. We will update you with developments as more details become available.