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New Orleans Pride Stands With Pulse

The New Orleans Pride parade doubled in size as many joined last minute to march for Orlando.

New Orleans Pride took place the weekend after the Orlando shooting. After a week filled with sadness, prayers, and vigils, the city came together to show our support and solidarity for Pulse and all of Orlando. The parade was led with a riderless float decorated with wreaths and lights, followed by a giant heart emblazoned with the message “LOVE WINS.” More than 2,000 people marched, many holding signs calling out their love for Orlando.

Watch the video below to see how the city came together, standing with Pride for Pulse.

 in honor of pulse

This video was produced by our friends at Fat Happy Media.

Update: The New Orleans LGBT Hospitality Alliance (NOLHA), an organization created to foster communication and partnerships within the hospitality community has obtained a 5-foot-tall fleur-de-lis (courtesy of Mardi Gras World) to have signed for Pulse nightclub on July 23 as part of the Gay Appreciation Awards.

Pride float for Orlando and Pulse
The leading float in the New Orleans Pride Parade in honor of Pulse. (Photo: Paul Broussard.)
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