Why is Disney supporting a mass shooting musuem?

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ellie serian
2 years ago
I lived on the same street as Pulse and was living there when it happened. To see something that held such meaning to so many people turned into a money maker is gross and the owner that created this space in honor of her brother should be ashamed of herself. But I knew this was coming. She turned down an offer from the city to buy the property for almost 2 million more then the lot was worth. Greed changes people, that’s clear.

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Megan Peiser
2 years ago
Mass shootings, and the writing of the history of gun violence in our country are not an entertainment attraction.

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Zachary Blair
2 years ago
Cities need to do a better job at regulating non-profits that pop up after mass murder tragedies. The OnePULSE Foundation is littered with issues and potential conflicts of interest. The owner of the nightclub who is being sued should not be able to claim a position that she represents the best interests of survivors and victims' families. As owner of the nightclub property, this is another conflict of interest with the non-profit invested $100k in renovating the property she still owns. As a crime that resulted in the disproportionate murder of Latinx LGBTQ people and their allies... the Board and leadership teams are predominantly white, corporate executives. There is not adequate representation or racial/socio-economic diversity in the organization's leadership. And yet, they want to teach inclusion/diversity? How did this organization get this far? Donate money to the National Compassion Fund instead, or organizations like Give an Hour. The local non-profits are not sufficiently meeting the needs of survivors/victims' families.

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Zachary Blair
2 years ago
Cities need to do a better job at regulating non-profits that pop up after mass murder tragedies. The OnePULSE Foundation is littered with issues and potential conflicts of interest. The owner of the nightclub who is being sued should not be able to claim a position that she represents the best interests of survivors and victims' families. As owner of the nightclub property, this is another conflict of interest with the non-profit invested $100k in renovating the property she still owns. As a crime that resulted in the disproportionate murder of Latinx LGBTQ people and their allies... the Board and leadership teams are predominantly white, corporate executives. There is not adequate representation or racial/socio-economic diversity in the organization's leadership. And yet, they want to teach inclusion/diversity? How did this organization get this far? Donate money to the National Compassion Fund instead, or organizations like Give an Hour. The local non-profits are not sufficiently meeting the needs of survivors/victims' families.

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Ethan Hanna
2 years ago
As a member of Orlando’s LGTBQ+ community & a personal friend of Drew who was murdered at Pulse, this museum plan is disgusting & is only being advanced because there is MONEY to be made. Let’s put victims first and promote a public, free of charge, dignified memorial, not a $40,000,000 museum to bring salaries to the already rich & powerful. Disgusted we are being USED! �

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Mustafa Sheikh
2 years ago
I don’t believe Disney or Poma or anyone should profit from a mass shooting let’s pls put them to rest

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Christine Leinonen
2 years ago
I love you Christopher Andrew Andrew Leinonen