June 6, 2017 at 9:00 am EDT | by Steve Charing
Baltimore to remember Pulse victims
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Vigils were held last year in Baltimore for the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando. (Washington Blade photo by Bob Ford)

On the one-year anniversary of the horrific shooting spree by Omar Mateen at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub that killed 49 people, Baltimore will join other cities throughout the U.S. to remember the victims.

On Monday, there will be a silent procession that will originate at Homewood Friends (3105 N. Charles Street in Baltimore) at 7 p.m. and proceed to The Cathedral of the Incarnation (4 East University Parkway). Participants will stand in silent vigil as the names of the 49 victims are read.

Last year following the massacre, several vigils took place in Baltimore as well as in Columbia, Westminster, Frederick and other areas of Maryland.

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