Chicago Pride Parade Post Orlando

People celebrate at the 46th Annual Chicago Pride Parade, Sunday, June 28, 2015, in Chicago. A large turnout was expected for gay pride parades across the U.S. following the landmark Supreme Court ruling that said gay couples can marry anywhere in the country.
People celebrate at the 46th Annual Chicago Pride Parade last summer. Organizers say this year's celebration will go on, despite the deadly mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo
People celebrate at the 46th Annual Chicago Pride Parade, Sunday, June 28, 2015, in Chicago. A large turnout was expected for gay pride parades across the U.S. following the landmark Supreme Court ruling that said gay couples can marry anywhere in the country.
People celebrate at the 46th Annual Chicago Pride Parade last summer. Organizers say this year's celebration will go on, despite the deadly mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo

Chicago Pride Parade Post Orlando

When the 47th Annual Chicago Pride Parade takes place later this month, there will be extra security measures in place as a result of the mass shooting in Orlando. 

Organizers say the parade will have a moment of silence and other elements to honor the victims, but that the event will still be a celebration. 

Morning Shift talks with parade coordinator Richard Pfeiffer about how Chicago Pride is adapting in the wake of the Orlando attack.

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