The portraits honor those who died as a result of the June 12, 2016, attack at Pulse Nightclub.
To commemorate the anniversary of the 2016 attack at Pulse Nightclub — where 49 people lost their lives at the hands of a shooter inside what should have been a safe space for the LGBTQ community in Orlando, Florida — an organization has released stunning portraits of survivors and first responders who were at Pulse that night. Each portrait from Dear World comes with a personal story from a survivor or first responder who was at Pulse that night in June 2016.
Don Whisman: Keep in mind. These are the exact same people that told the country the giant tax break for the super wealthy would pay for itself. This year the giant tax cut has driven the deficit 27 percent higher than last year. 27 percent is a huge number for one year. 400 billion in cash straight to the super wealthy bank.