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"I didn't know that I was launching Brother Vellies when I launched Brother Vellies, and I didn't know that I was launching the 15 Percent Pledge when I launched the 15 Percent Pledge. All I did was take a desire that I had for the world, and the world responded."
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The designer and 15 Percent Pledge founder was illustrated by painter Jordan Casteel for one cover; Kerry James Marshall created a fictional figure, wearing Off-White, for the other.
"We want to be a brand that helps to redefine what 'aspirational' means for textured hair, and that includes normalizing certain styles of hair and building up all kinds of textures of hair as aspirational."
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Some have taken Aurora James's 15 Percent Pledge; others have set aside funds to buy specifically from Black-owned businesses.