US: Urban Outfitters T-shirt controversy continues
By Katie Smith | 24 April 2012
A controversial T-shirt that appeared on the Urban Outfitters' website was an early prototype and should not have been displayed, Danish clothing firm Wood Wood has told The Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
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