Emotions ran high outside Milwaukee City Hall Monday night as hundreds of people mourned the deaths of nearly 50 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
A gunman shot dozens of patrons early Sunday, apparently to show support for ISIS.
Monday evening’s rally in Milwaukee included a candlelight vigil and calls for solutions to hate and violence.
Many people in the audience sported rainbow flags in their lapels. Others carried signs that read “No Hate” and “I Stand Against Intolerance.” The City of Festivals Men’s Chorus performed.