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After a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando left at least 50 dead and many more wounded on Sunday, communities all across the world came together to share their grief, their shock and their fears, both in person and online.

On Sunday night, LGBTQ advocacy organization GLAAD introduced a filter that allows Facebook users to change their profile pictures to add a banner on the bottom that says "We Are Orlando" along with a rainbow pride flag.

Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

To use the GLAAD filter to temporarily change your profile picture to show support for Orlando, go to the GLAAD Facebook page and click "Try It" under the pinned post. Then, crop your profile picture and choose the length of time the filter will last.

Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

For other ways to help support the victims of the Orlando shooting and their families, visit Equality Florida's website.

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