Gulf Coast Vigil for Orlando Shooting Victims
Thousands of people held candlelight vigils across the country for the 49 people who died in the worst mass killing in U.S. history.
News 25’s Kendra Turley takes us to the shores of Biloxi where a Gulf Coast candlelight vigil took place to honor the lives lost in Sunday’s mass shooting.
Cities across the country are showing signs of love and support as the Orlando community works to overcome the tragedy that took place at Pulse nightclub Sunday morning.
Dozens of Gulf Coast residents stood shoulder to shoulder and hand and hand during a candlelight vigil that honored the 49 victims of Sunday’s mass shooting.
The teary eyes and emotional words that covered the shores of the Biloxi Beach were proof that Sunday’s act of hate in Orlando was one that affected all communities.
Rainbow pins, flags, and apparel served as reminders to members of the LGBT community to stand strong and be true to who you are.
Coast residents tell News 25, although Sunday’s shooting was an act of hate, it’s important to stand together as a country and showcase as much love as possible.