COLORADO SPRINGS — Moments before the hate-filled attack at Club Q last year, that Nov. 19 evening was just like any other of the 1,042 Saturday nights the beloved club was open.
Derrick Rump was leading the night shift, slinging drinks behind the bar alongside Daniel Aston, who had just finished his shift and was helping another employee with the computer near the door. It was Raymond Green Vance’s first time at Club Q to watch a drag show with his girlfriend’s family. Ashley Paugh, an ally to the LGBTQ community, came to enjoy a drink. Kelly Loving, who was visiting Colorado Springs for the first time on a trip from Memphis, had just arrived.
On the one-year mark of the mass shooting, hundreds of people gathered Sunday outside of the club in Colorado Springs to…
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