‘Hearts and minds changed’ A year after the Pulse massacre, there’s a new ‘culture of compassion’ in Orlando – CNN

Updated 6:17 PM ET, Sun June 11, 2017

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Orlando, Florida (CNN)You see them everywhere you go in this bruised city.

Trina Gregory-Propst, co-owner of the Se7en Bites eatery in Orlando.Trina Gregory-Propst, co-owner of the Se7en Bites eatery in Orlando.
      Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs in her offices. She sees a "culture of compassion" in the city.Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs in her offices. She sees a "culture of compassion" in the city.
        Gabe Martinez of the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida. "We have more of a togetherness," he says.Gabe Martinez of the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida. "We have more of a togetherness," he says.
          Lt. James Young, the Orlando Police's liaison to the LGBT community. "This is your family," he says.Lt. James Young, the Orlando Police's liaison to the LGBT community. "This is your family," he says.
          A mural on Mills Avenue. Many in the city's LGBT community say such messages make them stand a little taller. A mural on Mills Avenue. Many in the city's LGBT community say such messages make them stand a little taller.

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