File:Flag of Cascadia.svg

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Description

SVG flag for Cascadia, based on en:Image:Cascadian_flag.jpg.

The flag was designed by Alexander Baretich during the academic year of 1994-1995 and represents the bioregion of Cascadia. The design is not to be used for hate (1) or exploitation (2).

1.) Hate speech being defined as words, depictions and actions generated against an individual or group based on ethnicity, religious affiliation (or non-religious association or identity), race, gender identity, sexuality (from orientation to mutually consenting adult activities), familial structure, mobility, educational background (or “lack” of institutional education), caste or economic situation (class) and so forth. Hate speech also maybe disguised as “White Pride” or nationalism. The Cascadian flag by Alexander Baretich does not represent any of these forms of hate and should not be used to represent such hate.

2.) Exploitation being defined by the actions of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their work or the violating of Nature for profit at the expense of causing ecological harm.

The use of the flag should not be contrary to the ideas of bioregionalism. When in publication it should be cited that the designer is Alexander Baretich and that it’s the flag of the bioregion of Cascadia or simply as the Cascadian flag.

Alexander Baretich can be contacted at Alexander.Baretich@gmail.com

Date (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons.
Author The original uploader was Lexicon at English Wikipedia. Later versions were uploaded by Vanisaac at en.wikipedia.

Derivative works of this file: Cascadia barnstar.png Derivative works of this file: Cascadia barnstar hires.png

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Original upload log[edit]

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  • 2007-04-22 22:03 Lexicon 500×300×0 (100337 bytes) minor tweak
  • 2007-04-08 00:26 Vanisaac 3000×1800×0 (101065 bytes) The Doug flag image was created by Alexander Baretich, who gives permission for this symbol of Cascadian culture, independence, reunification, bioregion, or ecological principles to be freely used and distributed for its memetic value. w/white bgro
  • 2007-04-08 00:12 Vanisaac 3000×1800×0 (100887 bytes) The Doug flag image was created by Alexander Baretich, who gives permission for this symbol of Cascadian culture, independence, reunification, bioregion, or ecological principles to be freely used and distributed for its memetic value. This scalabl
  • 2006-10-25 17:22 Lexicon 500×300×0 (35713 bytes) SVG flag for [[Cascadia]], based on [[:Cascadian_flag.jpg]].

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