On June 12, the worst attack carried out by a single gunman in the history of the United States took place in Orlando, FL, claiming 49 lives and injuring 53 others. The attack on the Pulse nightclub was an unprecedented tragedy for the state of Florida. But in the midst of suffering and pain, Latino and LGBT communities have come together to comfort and assist victims. This discussion continues in part 2 (Tragedy at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando).
Interviews include Equality Florida Institute CEO Nadine Smith and Hannah Willard, Policy and Outreach Coordinator for Equality FL; Sara Grossman, friend of one of the shooting victims; Diana Bolivar and Sebastian Sanchez of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Metro Orlando; Marlyn Moir, Joy Metropolitan Community Church Parishioner; Thomas Yaegers, Metropolitan Business Association of Orlando and, Heather Wilkie of the Zebra Coalition. Part 1 of 2.