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Urban Outfitters Navajo No-No.

Urban Outfitters Navajo No-No.

By selling clothing and accessories labeled “Navajo,” Urban Outfitters may be offending more than just Native Americans— it could face trouble under the Federal Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 which makes it illegal to falsely claim, or even imply, that a product is Native American-made when it is not.

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Hannah Steinblatt

Hannah Steinblatt is a 3L at Fordham Law. She grew up on Long Island and currently resides in Brooklyn (but not the cool part) with her husband. She likes art, fashion, poodles, and grammar. She also has an unhealthy obsession with ketchup. Hannah hopes to pursue a career in litigation.