The syllabics are Ojibwe. Gaawiin means "no" or "not", and geyaabi means still/yet - together meaning no more or no longer.
To us, gaawiin geyaabi means no more stolen sisters, no more stolen land, no more injustices. There are many issues we need to resolve with Indigenous people across Turtle Island and no more can relate to any of them. #Wearestillhere.
Syllabics are at the forefront of our designs to indigenize colonized spaces. We encourage support from non Indigenous allies to help us start the conversation and draw attention to the beautiful Indigenous languages across Turtle Island.