I saw in a CBS News article that had UO gone to the Navajo Nation and asked to collaborate, it was something that could have proved a mutually beneficial relationship. Is this something the Navajo Nation has considered? If Urban Outfitters had gone to the Navajo Nation, there wouldn't be...

Just a few months after sending Urban Outfitters a letter asking that it stop selling all of its Navajo-branded products, the Navajo Nation has sued the retailer for infringing its trademark — and its sole right to make and market products under its tribal name. Urban Outfitters responded to...

assuming Urban Outfitters hasn't ticked you off to no return after their Navajo Indian collection fiasco. Urban Decay "Bar Stool" was supposed to be a cool dove blue-toned gray creme, but fell short in most areas. It turned out to be of a jelly and required 3 coats. I don't see the purpose of...

If this is the way you must make your money by debasing a whole race of people I can assure you that with over 40 million people in this country claiming Irish ancestry they will not be your customers after this display of arrogance and disrespect to a whole nation. Urban Outfitters has...

Urban Outfitters appears to be completely and utterly tone-deaf. Hot on the heels of their St. Patrick's day brouhaha and just two weeks after the Navajo nation formally announced their plans to sue the store, Urban has come under some very deserved fire for selling a trans-phobic novelty gift...

campus massacre of anti-war student demonstrators by the Ohio National Guard that that left four dead and many more wounded, becoming a symbol of college activism and state brutality. "We only have one, so get it or regret it!" read the listing. But who's regretful now? This morning Urban...

Outfitters has sunk to a disgusting new low, by offering a Kent State University sweatshirt which appears to be splattered with blood, for $129. The disgusting sweatshirt is in reference to the 1970 killing of four students protesting the Vietnam War by the Army National Guard at the Ohio...

ALBUQUERQUE, United States — A federal judge has dismissed two counts in a lawsuit the Navajo Nation filed against clothing retailer Urban Outfitters Inc. US District Judge Bruce Black in New Mexico says the tribe didn't show that the "Navajo" mark is famous. Black wrote Friday that few...

Here are things to know about the case: WHAT IS URBAN OUTFITTERS SEEKING? The Navajo Nation wants revenue from products sold by Urban Outfitters and its subsidiaries under the "Navajo" name dating back to 2008. The actual amount isn't quantified in court documents, but it could amount...

The Urban Outfitters Navajo products controversy won't go away — it's actually spreading. The retailer now has not only a cease and desist order from the legal team at the Navajo Nation, but also a petition signed by several thousands of people asking that the offending products be stricken...

 

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