Daughters of Liberation Logo
Female rights is something that women have been fighting for since the beginning of time. In addition, for black women, this only makes wanting the same liberties as their male and white counterparts that much more difficult. Therefore, organizations, such as the Daughters of Liberation, have banded together in order to show that, through unity, the future of true equality is that much more closer to reality.
For the logo, the theme is of empowerment as the central images are of silhouettes of black women. The image to the left is of a woman with dreadlocks holding the Order of the Eastern Star symbol in her hand. This symbol is for women’s groups and represents a different heroine of the Bible. In addition, the symbol also notes the degree of the Order and a different virtue. The logo is in color in order to allow it to stand out among the dark theme.
The image toward the right is of a woman in an Afro holding the Women’s Power symbol in her hand. Representative of feminism, this symbol has been used during the Women’s liberation movement of the 1960’s and today. The symbol is akin to the black power fist used for African-American civil rights alongside the female gender sign. The image is in black as well to continue with the theme.
The only other portion of the logo that is in color is the font. Red is used for DAUGHTERS and #1128, while LIBERATION is in green. The color scheme is for that of Africa. The font for the name of the organization is Bombardier, similar to that used in war propaganda.