The All of Us Movement (formerly All Americans Movement) unites communities to fight together for marginalized communities who are often disproportionately impacted by pandemics, economic hardship, and societal injustice.
While COVID-19 knows no race, sex, or class, it has revealed in stark clarity that our healthcare and economic systems and accompanying destructive social narratives were built to favor the powerful and overlook the marginalized. Black and Latinx communities have been disproportionately impacted in mortality and unemployment, while fear and uncertainty have reared its head in the form of horrific racist attacks against the Asian community. Moreover, the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many others are murders of innocent Black lives that underscore the deep-seated and persistent racism that pervades our judicial and economic systems.
We know that injustice against one of us is an injustice against all of us. To rectify any of these ills, we know it will take all of us: Americans and undocumented immigrants; women, men, and non-binary individuals; every race and ethnicity; every orientation and faith. Just as it took multiple communities to realize Executive Order 8802 that prevented discrimination against all minorities; just as the 1965 Voting Rights Act gave multicultural communities the right to vote; just as the Immigration and Nationality Act in 1965 ended immigration bars to Latin Americans, Asians, and Africans; and just as Loving v. Virginia declared interracial marriage legal--beginning with a Black woman and white man but pervading to all communities--history bends when all of us fight together. Demanding greater economic and societal equality for one of us takes all of us. It takes all Americans.
There is no single solution to systemic prejudice. But we know that two can help start: we are committed to projecting mainstream symbolism through artistic partnerships to assert the legacy and power of unifying all communities for marginalized communities. Second, we know that economic empowerment can often make or break policies and people. To that end, the All of Us Movement is driven by volunteer partnerships between independent businesses, nonprofit organizations, and multicultural leaders to drive economic education and assistance.
Join the movement by purchasing products whose proceeds go towards COVID-19 relief and justice for Black Americans and sharing your #AllofUs story on social media.
As a movement that responds directly to the need for cross-cultural support of marginalized communities, the All of Us Movement visual identity reflects its core tenets: boldness, unapologetic inclusion, and a reinforcement of the United States' founding promise of equality and mutual support. The primary graphic symbol recalls components of stars and stripes. More importantly, it's anchored by an equals sign ("="), symbolizing the nation's promise for equality. Its ascending arrow reflects our nation's collective rise when--and only when--we are embraced, treated, and supported as equals.
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Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia founded MONSE in 2015 after working alongside the late Oscar de la Renta for over a decade. They were inspired by menswear and classic tailoring with a deconstructed perspective. MONSE is a line where women can find easy to wear pieces that have enough of an edge to be amongst the fashion crowd, while keeping an ease that speaks sex appeal. The goal is to always look as if it took 5 minutes to get ready (for work or a night out). In 2016 Garcia and Kim were appointed Creative Directors of Oscar de la Rentaand debuted their first collection for the house in February 2017. They currently oversee Creative Direction for both MONSE and Oscar de la Renta.
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All of Us is a direct response to the need for cross-cultural unity and support for marginalized communities. The cross-pollinative approach also reflects the pandemic's comprehensive impact: employing independent business owners and their products while driving COVID-19 relief, amplified by a visibility campaign. Its name is also an explicit counter to the racist and xenophobic rhetoric that's pervaded COVID-19 as well as a reminder that all communities are impacted by the pandemic.
Product sales and funds go to COVID-19 relief based on the most dire need in the coming months--from medical supplies to fighting racism and violence to economic stimulation for small and medium-sized businesses.
We have also partnered with social justice organizations Color of Change and Equal Justice Initiative. A portion of sales will go to these charity partners. More details can be found on the specific product pages.
Launch designers are independent American companies that embody an existing commitment to cross-cultural support, matched with a proven record of delivering quality products. We will be engaging more designers from more communities in the near future.