We have a new look. New day. New impact. New movement. Same mission.

We are proud to announce the launch of the United Nations Association of the United States of America's (UNA-USA) new visual identity, including new logo, as part of an ongoing mission to better represent the powerful network of UNA-USA members. The new logo embodies the great history of UNA-USA, which reflects inspirational leaders like Eleanor Roosevelt who traveled tirelessly across the nation to create UNA-USA's resilient chapter network and connect Americans to the United Nations.

Our new visual identity comes at a pivotal moment as it is no secret that our world faces unprecedented challenges. UNA-USA will continue to fight for a fully funded United Nations, for strong U.S. leadership at the UN, and for the chance to keep our seat at the table rather than go it alone. We are excited to release this new identity as it reflects the heart, energy, and passion of our diverse community across the country.

—Chris Whatley, Executive Director, UNA-USA

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.@UNAUSA has a new look to reflect a vibrant, powerful network of Americans who stand up for what's right every day by working to advance the @UN's life-saving missions. Learn more ➡️ unausa.org/newlook | #USAforUN
Advocating for global engagement since 1943, @UNAUSA knows a thing or two about standing up for the @UN. This movement has expanded, deepened & diversified. With a fresh new look, UNA-USA's mission is stronger than ever: unausa.org/newlook | #USAforUN
Every day the world the looks different—new challenges and opportunities for change arise. Every day @UNAUSA's movement grows deeper, louder, and more impactful. New day, new look, new movement, same mission: unausa.org/newlook | #USAforUN @UN
For 75 years, @UNAUSA has been fighting to sustain U.S. leadership at the @UN. Today, there are more reasons than ever to continue the fight for global teamwork. UNA-USA's new look reflects a new era of impact. Learn more: unausa.org/newlook | #USAforUN

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