PULSE MEMORIAL SET ON FIRE BY UNIDENTIFIED VANDAL

On the evening of October 12, a man in a wheelchair was caught on camera vandalizing the Pulse Memorial in Orlando, Fla. by setting it on fire and then fleeing the scene. Now the onePULSE Foundation has released the approximately 18-minute surveillance video in hopes that someone who sees it can assist the police in identifying the vandal.  Using…

RICKY MARTIN TO HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR PULSE MEMORIAL & MUSEUM

Ricky Martin has teamed up with the onePULSE Foundation to launch the OUTLOVE HATE campaign to raise funds for a permanent national Pulse memorial and museum. The project is set to commemorate the site of the Pulse Nightclub venue that, in 2016, was the site of a mass shooting where 49 people lost their lives….

WHEN I THINK ABOUT PULSE, I THINK ABOUT NUMBERS

Three years have passed since the June 12, 2016, attack on Pulse Nightclub. We have made it 1,096 days since that morning, and yet the memory still stings like an infected wound. I’ve thought about the attack every single day since that morning, reflecting on it at least 1,096 times since day one. Immediately after…

LAWMAKERS MADE A PULSE NATIONAL MEMORIAL BILL

Almost three years after the Pulse nightclub shooting, we may be on the precipice of a major political nod. Members of central Florida’s congressional delegation are working on a bill that would make the location of the Pulse nightclub shooting a national memorial. U.S. Reps. Darren Soto and Stephanie Murphy announced their plans for the…