Today in Urban Outfitters Products That Are Pissing People Off: here’s the so-called Urban Outfitters “Jewish Star” T-shirt.

The $100 “Wood Wood Kellog Tee,” currently available on the store’s website, has the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of Philadelphia up in arms over the shirt’s design which they say mimics some of the horrors of the Holocaust.

The chief offender? The star patch is placed on the T-shirt pocket right above the yellow shirt’s left breast:

ADL of Philadelphia issued a statement yesterday condemning the Urban Outfitters T-shirt (on Holocaust Remembrance Day):

Today the Anti-Defamation League issued a strongly-worded letter of condemnation to Urban Outfitters charging that one of its products “â?¦represents a new low.”

Barry Morrison, ADL Regional Director, wrote to Richard Hayne, Chairman, President and CEO of Urban Outfitters, about a t-shirt offered by the company which is associated with the yellow Star of David symbol Jews were forced to wear in Nazi Europe. Morrison said, “We find this use of symbolism to be extremely distasteful and offensive, and are outraged that your company would make this product available to your customers.”

The League has communicated with Urban Outfitters on numerous occasions over the years regarding a variety of projects that have, “tread on the feelings and reinforced stereotypes of various groupsâ??Christians, blacks, and Irish, Mexican, and Jewish-Americansâ?¦the list goes on.” The League also demanded an immediate apology from the company asking that the product no longer be sold and urging it to meet with League representatives.

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