5 LGBT things you need to know today, June 20

1. Reuters reports that police in Bangladesh on Sunday shot and killed an Islamist militant wanted for the April murders of two LGBT rights activists.

2. “On Monday there had been a vigil. Wednesday was two fundraisers. On Thursday afternoon they assembled care packages for the victims’ families, and on Thursday night they offered to clean the house of the woman who was organizing donation drives so she could focus on more important things. Everywhere Evan went there were comfort dogs.” A reporter follows a gay man and his straight friend throughout the day and evening Saturday in a solid piece on what it’s like on the ground in Orlando nearly one week after the Pulse shooting.

3. Members of Orlando’s Shakespeare Theater donned the angel wings to block a handful of Westboro Baptist Church protesters at the Saturday funeral for Pulse shooting victim Christopher “Drew” Leinonen.

4. Meet the black lesbian vegan who wants to change everything you ever thought about rabbis.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: A huge group of Broadway heavy-hitters (including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Joel Grey, Nathan Lane, Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel and more) got together to sing Burt Bacharach’s “What the World Needs Now is Love.” Sales of the single will benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida.