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On June 12, the nation will mark five years since the tragedy in Orlando. This serves as a moment to reflect on the progress that has been made since the shooting, pause to honor the lives of the 49 people who were shot and killed and many more forever changed, and recommit to honoring them with action.

A coalition of organizations made up of QLatinx, The LGBT+ Center Orlando, the OnePulse Foundation, Equality Florida, Equality Federation Institute, Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation is teaming up to elevate events happening locally in Orlando and create opportunities for people to engage nationally in the remembrance. On June 12, the coalition will host a National Discussion on the tragedy at Pulse streaming on Facebook or Twitter at 5:00pm ET followed by a National Moment of Silence at 6:00pm ET.

Your support would go an incredible way in ensuring the victims, survivors, and impacted community are not forgotten and reaffirming the nation’s commitment to creating a world free of the kind of violence that took place that night.

Join us in solidarity

The National Discussion focused on The Tragedy at Pulse: 5 Years Later.

June 12 – 5:00PM ET
Join us on Facebook with any of the partner organizations below:

Followed by the National Moment of Silence on June 12 at 6:00pm ET


This year, The Coalition for Pulse: 5 Years Later was formed. 

The coalition, including QLatinx, The Center Orlando, OnePulse Foundation, Equality Florida, Equality Federation Institute, Human Rights Campaign Foundation, and Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, was created in an effort to continue to remember the victims and survivors of this horrific moment in our history. As organizations that center queer, Latinx, and/ or gun violence prevention work, our values focus on uplifting the voices of those lost at the Pulse Nightclub five years ago.

What You Can Do

We ask that you honor the victims not with empty words or hollow sympathies, but with actions to advance equality and combat violence against LGBTQIA+ and Latinx people.

Join the discussion

  • Join the National Discussion at 5:00PM ET then observe the National Moments of Silence at 6:00PM ET.
  • Join the Pulse Annual Remembrance Ceremony honoring the 49 Angels, Survivors and First Responders at 7:00PM ET via onePULSE’s Facebook page. #Pulse5YearsLater #RememberPulse #Pulse5AñosDespués

Sign on

Sign your name to our statement of Commitment to Solidarity and Action to honor Pulse & the LGBTQIA+ and Latinx Communities.

Read the collective community statement of Commitment to Solidarity and Action to honor Pulse & the LGBTQIA+ and Latinx Communities.

Learn about the issue

Share facts and information about the impact of gun violence on the LGBTQIA+ community. Read a report created by  Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, Giffords Law, Human Rights Campaign Foundation, and Equality Florida on how anti-LGBTQ bias and guns are taking the lives of countless LGBTQ people.


Share your support on social media

Show your support on social media using our graphics and sample tweet or posts.

View the coalition’s social media toolkit


Amplify stories

Honor and amplify stories of the victims, survivors, first responders of the shooting at the Pulse nightclub five years ago and/or those who have directly experienced gun violence. Here are some stories you can amplify:

Share your own story

If you are of the LGBTQIA+ and/or Latinx community and feel comfortable sharing your stories then go to Moments That Survive and share your story or share on your own social media.

When you share a story, use one of the following hashtags

  • #Pulse5YearsLater
  • #RememberPulse
  • #Pulse5AñosDespués

Tag us when you share a story

@qlatinx; @lgbtcenterorl; @onepulseorg; @equalityfed; @equalityFL@everytown@humanrightscampaign (Instagram) or @hrc (Twitter)


Join our community of survivors

Everytown Survivor Network logo

If you have been personally affected by gun violence and want to join a nationwide community of Survivors that are working together to find solutions to end gun violence, please consider joining the Everytown Survivor Network.


Give a gift to any of the organizations listed below.

QLatinx is a grassroots racial, social, and gender justice organization dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of Central Florida’s LGBTQ+ Latinx community.


Equality Florida is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.


The Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund is the education, research, and litigation arm of Everytown for Gun Safety, the largest gun violence prevention organization in the country.

The Center Orlando promotes and empowers the LGBTQ+ community and its allies through information, education, advocacy, and support. Learn more about The Center’s OUAC program.


Equality Federation Institute is the movement builder and strategic partner to state-based organizations advocating for LGBTQ people. From Equality Florida to Freedom Oklahoma to Basic Rights Oregon, we amplify the power of the state-based LGBTQ movement.

OnePulse Foundation was established to create a sanctuary of hope following the tragic day in American history–Sunday, June 12, 2016–to honor the 49 Angels that were taken, the 68 others who were injured and the countless first responders and healthcare professionals who treated them.


Human Rights Campaign Foundation: by inspiring and engaging individuals and communities, the Human Rights Campaign strives to end discrimination against LGBTQ people and realize a world that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.