Myrtle Beach LGBT community honors Pulse Orlando victims

Today marks one year since the nation's largest mass-shooting, inside the Pulse/Orlando night club; 49 patrons out to enjoy that club's "Latin night" lost their lives to bigotry and terror, and today, Grand Strand PRIDE orchestrated a poignant remembrance, inviting 49 volunteers to hold photos of the faces of those lost, collectively on-stage at Myrtle Beach's Pulse Ultra Club.  


Following the tribute, the Grand Strand PRIDE dancers performed their tribute, a dance to "What The World Needs Now Is Love," made popular by Jackie DeShannon and by Hal David and Burt Bacharach in 1965.  The two couples begin the piece dancing man and woman, then midway through the song, exchange partners, forming two same-gender dance partnerships. 



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