New York City Pride Week is going on right now and this is an incredibly important one.
An unimaginable tragedy recently shed even more light in how we should all embrace love and each other.
People from all over have been showing their support for the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting. From One World Trade's spire to a simple chicken sandwich, there are endless stories of love triumphing the hatred still felt from that awful night.
Now, the New York Police Department is out protecting the festivities of Pride Week, and they are doing so with new patrol SUV decals honoring both the victims of the Orlando shooting and the NYC LGBTQ community at large.
Decked out in rainbows, this truck is a strong message of support.
The hashtag #NYPDOUTANDPROUD is featured in the front and back of the SUV.
The truck has the words, "Pride Equality Peace," on its side, and uses rainbow siren lights instead of the typical red and blue. There's also a message on the back window that reads, "OUR ❤️ GOES OUT TO ORLANDO."
It's great to see the NYPD paying tribute to those who lost their lives that night and showing support for the LGBTQ community. #Feels
[via New York Post] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]