Pride Month: Why We’re Proud To Change Our Logo
Pride Month is recognised as the time of year where people from all demographics, race, religion, and sexual orientation can come together and celebrate acceptance, peacefully.
Whilst the current coronavirus pandemic has put a halt to the celebrations, companies from around the world have changed their logo to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. The important message of equality is more poignant than ever, and the team at Streets Heaver are proud to be supporting this.
The show must go on(line)
At the start of the month, we revealed our new logo across our social media channels. A logo is a mark of distinction, and is illustrative to an organisation’s values and beliefs.
At Streets Heaver, the Pride logo represents the changes we want to see in how we operate, and the changes we want to see in the wider community. We remain committed to actively promoting diversity and equality in our industry, as well as globally.
We stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community
The new Streets Heaver logo has been created based on the Pride flag design by Daniel Quasar that focusses on what is important in our current community climate. It builds on the usual Pride flag by adding stripes that emphasise groups within the LGBTQ+ community that often experience marginalisation.
We hope that by visually showing our support, it will encourage others to educate and understand what Pride Month is all about. Whilst there is progress still to be made, let’s also celebrate the forward movement we’ve already seen.
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