No. Just no.
Urban Outfitters has found themselves in a LOT of trouble for the inappropriate apparel they've hawked in the past, and they never seem to learn from their mistakes.
They've tried to sell shirts that look like concentration camp uniforms, they've sold tees that glorify depression and gangs, and much much more.
But their latest slip-up just might be the worst one EVER.
The retailer has been selling a faux vintage sweatshirt with a Kent State logo on it, and the fabric appears to be covered in blood stains.
In case you forgot, Kent State was the scene of a bloody massacre in 1970 when four unarmed students were killed by the Ohio National Guard for protesting the Vietnam War. The sweatshirt seems to be a reference to that tragic event.
To see the sweatshirt in question and what Kent State University had to say about it, keep reading: