Style Zara Pulls Skirt Following Complaints That It Features Alt-Right Hate Symbols

19:25  19 april  2017
19:25  19 april  2017 Source:   ELLE UK

These New Yorkers banded together to remove Nazi graffiti from a train

  These New Yorkers banded together to remove Nazi graffiti from a train In these worrying and exceedingly confusing times, stories of support and defiance in the face of hate go a long way.  Over the weekend, a subway train in New York City was recently defaced with vile antiemetic slogans and Nazi Swastikas.Phrases such as: "Jews belong in the oven," were scrawled in pen over maps, adverts and other signs. One passenger, Gregory Locke, boarded the train in Manhattan and wrote about what happened next on his Facebook page. Gregory explained that when he joined the train, he and his fellow passengers quickly saw the disgusting graffiti.

Zara pulls skirt following complaints that it features alt - right hate symbols . The high-street brand has yet to release a statement. Most Popular. By Naomi Gordon. 19 April 2017. Zara has taken down a skirt from its website after complaints that the item features hate symbols with alt - right

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Zara Pulls Skirt Following Complaints That It Features Alt-Right Hate Symbols © Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc Zara Pulls Skirt Following Complaints That It Features Alt-Right Hate Symbols Zara has taken down a skirt from its website after complaints that the item features hate symbols with alt-right connotations.

The denim skirt in question appears to have been embroidered with Pepe the Frog – an originally harmless illustration created by the cartoonist Matt Furie as part of his comic strip in 2005, but which has since been claimed by white supremacists.

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