In late 2015 they partnered with their parents to launch, Marc Jules Magazine.
"We wanted to see young people like us and show that we understand we have lots of work to do to move our community into a future where we can make decisions that help everyone, no matter who you are or where you're from,” said Andre Jefferson.
After watching the deaths of Travon Martin, Sandra Bland, Tamir Rice and many others in gang violence and terrorist attacks the Jefferson kids felt like now was the time to do to begin to paint a different perception of youth of color and young people in general.
“Our parents are always talking to us about the future, the fact we are standing on the shoulders of giants, starting with the ones in our own family,” said Tylear Jefferson. “We don’t want society to define us, we want to show the world we are the future and the future will be great because we have the right mindset to do it. We also know we are not alone. Our generation will lead the way to a future where we are all as one and we’ll do it together.”