The American Girl is about to launch a redesign, in which all the pages are the same, with all the words the same.
The company said the redesign will be unveiled Tuesday, in a new promotional video and in an article in the June issue of the magazine.
It’s a big change for the magazine, which has a history of going the extra mile in promoting women in their lives.
It is a staple of the fashion world and is owned by Vogue.
And in an interview with the New York Times last year, American Girl CEO Jennifer Salke said she wanted the magazine to “give women of color the freedom to express themselves without being forced into a box.”
“We want to empower them to express their individuality and express their strengths without having to be constrained by stereotypes,” Salke told the Times.
“It’s the most powerful thing a magazine can do for people of color, and I think that’s something that I’m really proud of.”
Salke said in the interview that she wanted to give American Girl “the freedom to be a beacon of hope and positivity.”
“For many of our readers, the magazine is their gateway to beauty, to be able to look at yourself in a mirror,” she said.
“That’s what I want to do with this redesign.”
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