Pulse Victims’ Crosses Moved to History Center in Orlando

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It took the National Park Service 46 years to memorialize New York’s Stonewall uprising in memory of gay liberation; Pulse is being memorialized in Orlando much faster and by a much larger community.

What a difference 47 years makes.

The Orange County Regional History Center moved Tuesday to preserve the 49 crosses made by Greg Zanis, an Illinois carpenter moved by the June 12 massacre at Pulse nightclub, along with thousands of mementos laid as tributes to the victims in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.