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Orlando's massacre: the Flight Attendant Association stand with families' victims

"The Association of Flight Attendants joins together as one, heads bowed in mourning for the victims of the massacre in Orlando.

It appears the gunman targeted our LGBTQ community, acting on an unfathomable level of hatred. As a union that has long championed the rights of LGBTQ workers, we will not allow the victims to be defined by their killer. These were ordinary people in every respect – neighbors, friends, co-workers, family. They deserved to be embraced by love, not cut down by hate. We note with sadness, and much anger, the current atmosphere in our country. Hate has crept back into the public debate, even as progress has been made toward equality. Public officials, pastors and TV personalities preach hate, exclusion, xenophobia. Their hate speech cannot be allowed to drown out the love we feel for all people, and the equality upon which our nation was founded. We stand with President Obama: this massacre is an act of terror directed at LGBTQ Americans. AFA joins all Americans for whom the continuing carnage and loss of innocent life is unacceptable. As the President said, thoughts and prayers are not enough. We join in the demand for changes that will restore responsible gun laws to communities across the nation. But most of all, we send our love, 50,000 strong, to the families and friends of the victims in Orlando, and to our members and all Americans whose heart is hurting. We will stand together until love triumphs over evil".

 

Against divisions, hate and violence. Only for union, peace, love and same rights. Sara Nelson, the International President of Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO, gives solidarity to all families of the victims due to a terrorist attack in Orlando City, happened at Pulse Nightclub last Saturday night. Black, white, gay and heterosexual people: "never more blood and evil". Orlando's massacre: the Flight Attendant Association stand with families' victims.

 


In the pictures, Sara Nelson, the International President of Association of Flight Attendants- CWA, AFL-CIO

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