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Six months ago a shooter opened fire in the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, killing 49 people and wounding 53 more. The tragedy spurred some to action while others struggle to understand why it happened. Cassi Alexandra for NPR hide caption

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Daniel Alvear and his wife, Mayra, in their home --€” hours before the funeral for Flores. Aarti Shahani/NPR hide caption

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A Father's Grief — And Forgiveness — In Orlando

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Authorities say Omar Mateen killed dozens of people inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday. AP hide caption

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Investigators Say Orlando Shooter Showed Few Warning Signs Of Radicalization

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Johnpaul Vazquez (right) and his boyfriend, Yazan Sale, sit by Lake Eola in downtown Orlando, thinking of those killed and injured. "We were supposed to go to the club last night, but I didn't feel right," said Vazquez. Carolyn Cole/LA Times via Getty Images hide caption

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