Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW

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In support of victims of the Orlando, Florida massacre

Published: 15 June 2016

The Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW sends their heart felt support to the LGBTI and Latino communities affected by the Orlando gay club massacre. It is our essential right to live free from violence and live in harmony in our community without fear for our daily lives.


Image: Orlando Vigil at Lawn of Dr Philips Centre​ ​for the Performing Arts
Photo source: Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images)

The Orlando shooting took place on 12th June 2016 inside Pulse gay night club in Orlando Florida United States. The mass shooting resulted in 49 deaths and 53 injuries according to media reports. The gunman was identified as Omar Matteen, an American born to parents of Afghan background.  

Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW rejects any form of hatred and terror.​

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