New visual is a recommitment to revitalize not militarize the southern border region
SOUTHERN BORDER-- The Southern Border Communities Coalition (SBCC), which represent more than 60 organizations across California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, unveiled today a new logo to better reflect our work to promote policies and solutions that improve the quality of life of the 15 million people that live here.
While Trump continues his quest to build his vanity wall and hire more unaccountable agents, we are building a nationwide movement of resistance to policies that further militarize our communities and erode our basic rights!
Vicki B. Gaubeca, Director of the Southern Border Communities Coalition, issued the following statement:
“Our new logo exemplifies the idea of revitalizing not militarizing our southern border communities by highlighting a cross section of daisies, which are a favorite among gardeners in the borderlands as a symbol of hope, diversity and vibrancy. Each of its four petals represent the four southern border states.Today more than ever, it is imperative that we push back against policies that aim to further militarize our communities while protecting our human rights, environment, and economy. We don’t need more miles of harmful wall, nor do we need unaccountable agents that terrorize our neighborhoods. As we continue to grow, we want to reflect not only our progress as a coalition, but the goal that we all strive for: a vibrant southern border that is revitalized not militarized.”
ABOUT THE SOUTHERN BORDER COMMUNITIES COALITION
The Southern Border Communities Coalition (SBCC) brings together organizations from San Diego, California, to Brownsville, Texas, to ensure that border enforcement policies and practices are accountable and fair, respect human dignity and human rights, and prevent the loss of life in the region.