Equality Michigan Gets New Brand

BTL Staff
By | 2016-06-16T09:00:00-04:00 June 16th, 2016|Michigan, News|

DETROIT – As part of LGBTQ Pride Month, Equality Michigan is rolling out its new logo and materials to the public, including an updated brochure, a victim services info/linkage card and new websites for both the Equality Michigan (c3) and Equality Michigan Action Network (c4) websites.
Some of these items were formally released at Motor City Pride including the new logo, a brochure and a victims services card. The organization will launch the new website and a new poster campaign later this month. Both were crafted by Change Media, a Michigan-based design firm, and are designed to increase awareness of EQMI’s victim services work and encourage more survivors to report the bias, discrimination, harassment and violence they experience, including victims of intimate partner violence.
As part of its commitment to transparency, EQMI plans to release an overview of its work, both ongoing and achieved, during the first six months of this year and invites viewers to share thoughts about what EQMI could be doing better as the organization evolves to serve the community and meet the political realities faced in the state.

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