There’s been an outpouring of grief across social media since the world woke to the tragic news that 49 innocent people had been killed in the worst mass shooting in United States history.
A host of celebrities have joined the ranks of the publicly grieving tweeting along with the trending hashtags #LoveisLove and #StopGunViolence.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s sonnet tribute in his Best Score acceptance speech at Sunday night’s Tony Awards was one of many moving moments.
Actress, Olivia Wilde was one of the first big names to respond. She wrote, “Madness. Hideous and cruel madness. To the survivors, and families of those slain, I’m so sorry. #StopGunViolence.”
Madness. Hideous and cruel madness. To the survivors, and families of those slain, I’m so sorry. #StopGunViolence
— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) June 12, 2016