A Virginia school district superintendent apologized Wednesday for a logo that some thought resembled a swastika.
The logo was intended to represent four hands and arms grasping together, Hanover County Superintendent of Schools Michael Gill said in a statement.
“We are deeply sorry for this mistake and for the emotions that the logo has evoked by its semblance to a swastika and, by extension, to the atrocities that were committed under its banner,” Gill wrote.
The logo was designed by a teacher and had been used in a professional learning conference.
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SOURCE: NBC News, Phil Helsel