YORK, Pa. - Sharing songs, poems and speeches of love and support nearly a dozen people spoke at a vigil in York in memory of the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando. More than 200 people attended.
"This is actually the best that I have felt in days because we are here together. We’re supporting each other. We are showing that there is community we are showing people that there are people who are willing and able to live fearlessly. This is the most beautiful thing that has happened since the shooting," said organizer Carla Christopher.
Those in attendance also filled out cards that will go in a book that will be part of a permanent memorial at the scene of the shooting.