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The Meaning Behind Sisterhood Agenda’s Logo Design

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Angela D. Coleman

Angela, Founding President of Sisterhood Agenda, is a sisterhood activist, publisher and author.

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We wanted Sisterhood Agenda’s logo to be all things sisterhood, feminine and beautiful.  With our graphic artist, Kelsey Leigh, we designed a symbol that means:  strong, vibrant, generations, open, warmth, toward light, many parts of a whole, growth, beauty, feminine   |    SUNFLOWER

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The vortex center of the Sisterhood Agenda logo also symbolizes:  movement, expansion, the universe, reaching beyond, other-worldliness.  It is global sisterhood at its best.  Learn more about Sisterhood Agenda.

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