The New York Public Library held their annual Anti-Prom, a safe space event for kids who don’t feel safe going to their high school prom June 17, and during the dance, New York teens wrote letters to show support for the victims of the Pulse shooting in Orlando.
The 51 letters were written on paper in all the colors of the rainbow and meant to allow the 12-to-18-year-olds to work through emotions many of the teens felt after the tragedy.
The letters were all sent to the Orange County Library in downtown Orlando and will be put on display there in the near future. Here’s the New York Public Library release on the movement. More info here!