Baltimore LGBTQ Community Mourns Victims of Night Club Shooting

The people of Orlando have been asked not to hold any vigils because of the strain they would put on the city’s limited resources. 

Here in Baltimore, several groups have elected to host vigils

Hundreds lined Charles Street and North Avenue Monday night mourning those murdered and hurt in Sunday’s massacre at Orlando LGBTQ nightclub, Pulse.

One attendee, James  Gray III told ABC2,”I feel hurt because I also deal with not being accepted for who I am, being openly bisexual in Baltimore.”

He’s not alone. Hundreds gathered to fight the same hate that lead to the worst act of terror on U.S. soil since 9/11.