GLAAD will join recording artists Imagine Dragons, Nate Ruess and special guests for concert to benefit OneOrlando Fund, in partnership with The Ally Coalition and others.
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In response to the recent tragedy in Orlando, new and existing services have emerged in an effort to help victims, survivors, and their families who have been directly impacted by the mass shooting.
Many entertainment entities and professional sports organizations have donated to support those affected by this weekend's tragedy in Orlando.
Goddess Diamond, a 20-year-old trans woman from New Orleans, is the 14th transgender person murdered this year.
"Having a gun pointed at you is an awful experience. Praying you will make it. Fearing you will not see your loved ones again. Knowing this is it, you are going to die."
All around the world, people have come together in grievance, solidarity, and love.
In the face of unprecedented loss, many are gathering in vigil, uniting together in the spirit of community, resiliency, and honor for those most affected by the large-scale losses of the mass shooting.
Zipcar, the world’s leading car sharing network, and GLAAD are kicking off a new partnership during Pride month to he