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In the Wake of Tragedy, L.A. Stands Together With Pride


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L.A. Pride began as a weekend of celebration and music, but as tragedy unfolded in Orlando, became about showing solidarity. The LGBTQ community and Los Angeles as a whole expressed their love and support to fellow community members in Orlando and across the world. Musical performances included Charlie XCX, Rita Ora, Bebe Rexha and Lion Babe. All photos by Hannah Verbeuren