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New Brunswick Coalition of Persons with Disabilities

What’s In a Logo? (If you’re NBCPD, Quite a Bit!)

What’s In a Logo? (If you’re NBCPD, Quite a Bit!)

You have likely heard us, at NBCPD, say that we represent all types of disabilities. But did you know that this lies at the very core of its creation and is even behind the design of its logo (designed by NBCPD founder). It is made up of six chain links, each of them representing a disability category as follows: Invisible Disabilities, Mental Health Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Vision Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities and and Neurodivergent Disabilities. And why do the chain links look like “conversation bubbles”? They represent dialogue between all types of disabilities and are linked in a circle as a symbol of the intersectionality and how most of us are not just affected by one disability, but usually several. This logo is all about being stronger together! Take a look!

Image shows a logo made up of oval "speech bubble", linked together to form a circle. The links are dark red, dark blue and dark green. Around the circle are arrows pointing to each different bubble with the words Invisible Disabilities, Mental Health Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Vision Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities and and Neurodivergent Disabilities
Image shows a logo made up of oval “speech bubble”, linked together to form a circle. The links are dark red, dark blue and dark green. Around the circle are arrows pointing to each different bubble with the words Invisible Disabilities, Mental Health Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Vision Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities and and Neurodivergent Disabilities
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