Concerns, Controversy Surround the Planned Construction of a Memorial and Museum at Pulse Nightclub

Jun 14, 11:21 AM

Three years after 49 people were shot and killed at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, efforts headed by the OnePULSE Foundation are underway to build a memorial and museum to commemorate the victims. But the plan has been met with criticism by some parents of the victims, survivors of the shooting and local lawmakers concerned that the foundation behind the plan could be profiting off the massacre's aftermath. Those concerned are requesting an audit of the foundation. In a statement to TIME, Rep.

Three years after 49 people were shot and killed at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, efforts headed by the OnePULSE Foundation are underway to build a memorial and museum to commemorate the victims. But the plan has been met with criticism by some parents of the victims, survivors of the shooting and local lawmakers concerned that the foundation behind the plan could be profiting off the massacre's aftermath. Those concerned are requesting an audit of the foundation. In a statement to TIME, Rep.