The seal's symbols speak of the ideals on which the Ak-Chin community is based. An arrow symbolizes the Ak-Chin people as a community of Native Americans. A pair of scales balanced on the arrow represents equality and justice. A red rising sun tells of the Ak-Chin's belief in a brighter tomorrow while crossed lightning bolts show the inspiration and energy of the Ak-Chin to uphold the ideals of their community. These elements appear on a white circle along with the tribal motto "EQUALITY FOR ALL" above the symbols and "FOR A BRIGHTER TOMORROW", below. A wide black band surrounds the circle with the official tribal name, "AK-CHIN INDIAN COMMUNITY", across the top in white and "ARIZONA" in white on the bottom. Two small white stars represent the two Nations and separate "ARIZONA" from the rest of the legend.
All elements appear in black on both the seal and flag except for the rising sun, which is red on the flag and black on the seal. When used as part of the flag, the seal is set on a plain white background. The flag was adopted in 1987 on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of the tribal seal.
Learn more about the Ak-Chin Indian Community: https://www.ak-chin.nsn.us/.