Audio from the Solidarity with Orlando Candlelight Vigil, held at Frank Kitts park - 6pm on 13 June 2016. The vigil was organised by InsideOUT to show solidarity for the victims of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting. A special thank you to the organisers for allowing this vigil to be recorded and shared.
Note there are small audio dropouts at some points in the recording due to the wireless PA microphone cutting out.
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