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The Companion Flag is a symbol of all that human beings have in common, our differences notwithstanding: the love of children, the desire for health and knowledge, concern for the safety and happiness of loved ones, etc. It is called 'the Companion Flag' because it is flown below the other flags of the world, on the same pole.

The Companion Flag's purpose is to increase and more importantly sustain public awareness of all that human beings have in common—without denying the importance of our differences, or telling people how to think, feel, or act when human differences collide. An active awareness of what we have in common, even as we deal with differences, is the ground for compassionate understanding, and serves to underscore the essential dignity of all human beings.

City of Sammamish to display Companion Flags on Flag Day, June 14, 2010

New online resources help teachers, others introduce Companion Flag

New Delhi school holds stirring CF adoption ceremony

National flags, Companion Flags greet visitors to Seattle's famous Pike Place Market neighborhood (Sunset Photo)

Mark Morris High School staff approves CF adoption

World Cultures Day: Elementary students celebrate human diversity and similarities with dozens of world flags and CFs!

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PowerPoint Introduction
Click here to take a 5-minute visual tour of the Companion Flag Project!

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Splash Page
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To purchase a Companion Flag, please contact us at:

Companion Flag Support International (CFSI)
PO BOX 350
Issaquah, WA 98027

Send E-mail to:
feedback at companionflag.org (replace "at" with @)

Tel: 206-297-0102 • Fax: 206-347-0594


Companion Flag Ambassadors Brad and Sally Bagshaw proudly display the Companion Flag aboard their sailing vessel Pax Vobiscom (see photo here).

  Quote of the Day  

"I am human: nothing human is alien to me."

Publius Terentius Afer ("Terence")
Roman dramatist
190 B.C. - 158 B.C.




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