This time, however, the critics may have a substantial case against her.
Some were just confused that it features a red arrow pointing to the right – a feature that seems to contrast the blue and “left” tropes of the Democratic party.
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) April 13, 2015
However, no one seems to have noticed that the logo shares an awful lot in common with Hadassah’s new logo, which was unveiled in January.
INTRODUCING the new Hadassah: The power of women who DO. pic.twitter.com/MaMPzHwXvF
— Hadassah (@Hadassah) January 5, 2015
The logos share the capital letter “H,” the red and blue color scheme, and an angular, geometric style.
Maybe Hadassah officials are secretly hoping that their organization could get an unexpected PR boost, just as they hoped they would back in 2000, when then-vice presidential nominee Sen. Joe Lieberman’s wife Hadassah helped get the name into the mainstream media.
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