Last modified: 2007-06-09 by antónio martins
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The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) flag or logo can be seen at
The flag is more often seen as a sticker. The two lines are an
"=" sign, suggesting equality of the races. I believe it goes
back to CORE, the Congress of Racial Equality, back in the 60s.
The ones I have seen, yellow lines on a blue field, have all
been horizontal, in accordance with the
Al Kirsch, 23 April 2003
photo of a gay pride march in
Dallas, and quite a few others in the
slideshow, shows a very large version of the logo as a flag to be
carried horizontally (it has handles attached to the sides)…
on in the same slideshow, is an actual HRC flag, attached to a
pole, being waved by a marcher:
Andrew S. Rogers, 23 April 2003
photo shows the flag clearly as an oblong version of the (square)
logo, quite vexillologically correct. Jugding from
photo, specs vary; the image above is 5:8 = (1+1+1+1+1):(2+3+2).
António Martins, 14 Aug 2004
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