Lancaster’s leading philanthropy has been reinventing itself over the last few years,
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The Arras logo isn’t a random green doodle on a piece of paper. Yaxi Xiao, a Chinese student at New York City’s School of Visual Arts, designed the logo last spring after the Arras Foundation’s branding project was selected for the school’s free marketing program in a worldwide competition.
Lancaster’s leading philanthropy changed its name Friday, separating itself from a years-old controversy that has become more intense in the current national debate over memorials linked to slavery. The J. Marion Sims Foundation will now be the Arras Foundation. Arras (AIR-us), a Middle English word meaning diverse tapestry, pays homage to the area’s textile-weaving roots, said foundation President Susan DeVenny.