We Are Orlando: Vigil And Community Gathering

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We Are Orlando: Vigil And Community Gathering
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We Are Orlando: Vigil And Community Gathering says
Join us for a gathering on Tuesday, June 14th at 7pm at the Center for Civil and Human Rights to remember the victims of the Orlando massacre and come together as a community.

This is a FREE event for the community. Update: the event will be outside. Although it is not supposed to rain at the time of the event, please bring an umbrella just in case.

For directions to The Center, via personal or public transportation, click here: http://www.civilandhumanrights.org/directions-and-parking

People have been asking us how they can share their stories about how this has affected them, or a way to give words of hope. We have created a form that allows you to do that: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H8F557T

Partnering Organizations:
AID Atlanta
Amnesty International
Anti-Defamation League
Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
Atlanta Pride Committee
Center for Civil and Human Rights LGBT Institute
Charis Books and Charis Circle
Congregation Bet Haverim
Counter Narrative Project
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Gentle Spirit Christian Church
Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials
Georgia Equality
Georgia LGBTQ Caucus
Georgia Safe Schools Coalition
GLAAD / GLAAD Atlanta
The Health Initiative
Human Rights Campaign- Atlanta Steering Committee
Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta
Juxtaposed Center for Transformation, Inc.
Lambda Legal
Latino LinQ
Muslims for Progressive Values at Atlanta Unity Mosque
NAESM (National AIDS Education & Services for Minorities)
The Phillip Rush Center
Positive Impact Health Center
Saint Mark United Methodist Church
SisterLove, Inc.
Second Sundays with Sister Harriet
SOJOURN (Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender & Sexual Diversity)
Southeast Two-Spirit Collective
Thrive SS, Inc. (Support for HIV Positive Gay/Bi Men of Color in Atlanta)
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
The United Progressive Pentecostal Churches
Vision Community Foundation, Inc.
Young Democrats of Georgia Stonewall Caucus
ZAMI NOBLA: National Organization of Black Lesbians on Aging
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By: LGBT Institute