Thousands Gather in San Francisco for Vigil in Honor of Orlando Victims

The Orlando shooter may have intended to damage and divide the LGBT community through violence and fear, but, mere hours after the horrifying events at Pulse, the exact opposite was happening. LGBT people, Latinos and their allies (as many as ten thousand) took to the streets of San Francisco for a vigil and a march to City Hall to grieve and unite in saying no to hatred and yes to love and unity. Here's a look at what that looked and felt like, thanks to the KQED Arts video team:

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