Pride was on full display in Wisconsin, as the ACLU of Wisconsin celebrated Pride Month by giving the Badger State’s flag an alternative version at pride festivities across the state.
The front is an official Wisconsin flag – with a sailor and a miner flanking a shield – looking the same as always. But on the back, the sailor and miner are actually holding hands.
With that bold statement in place, the ACLU sent a strong message that the organization is committed to defending the rights of all Wisconsites.
The flag redesign and promotion was selected as the US Creative Work of the Week by readers.
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