Partnerships and Resources

Thank you for visiting our page. Obviously you appreciate stamps and more specifically, African Americans on Stamps. After browsing our page please take the time to visit: ESPER – Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections African Americans in the Postal Service and Philately American Topical Association

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Monopoly | Black History Ties| Stamps

There are black history ties in the Monopoly game. There is also a stamp commemorating it. Reflections magazine by the ESPER – Honoring the African Diaspora and African Americans on Stamps highlights it.Read the entire compelling article at www.the atlantic.com/ideas/ archive/2021/02/racism-your-monopoly-board/618098/ U.S. #3185o 32¢ The Game of Monopoly Celebrate the Century – 1930s Issue Date: September 10, 1998 City: Cleveland,

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The 44th Stamp in the Black Heritage Series:

August Wilson – Click link for more info https://www.esperstamps.org/august-wilson-page The Forever stamp will be part of the USPS’s Black Heritage series, honoring people whose work contributed to arts and culture in the Black community. Wilson’s stamp will be the 44th in the series. The stamp will be dedicated on January 28, 2021, during a ceremony that will be streamed on Facebook and

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Gift of Martin L. Severe | Appreciated | MLK | OBAMA

Mr. Severe accumulated a collection of over 50,000 first day covers. He has donated to several cultural organizations over the years. We are thankful for being selected for a gift. We donated uncancelled post cards and pencils to a group organizing a Black History Month event.

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Vote by Jan. 31 | APS Chatty Award | Thanks

If you have a moment you can vote at aps.buzz/APSChattys The American Philatelic Society (APS – www.stamps.org ) nominated us for a Chatty Award to recognize our presentation on African Americans on Stamps on an APS Stamp Chat during 2020. #RecognitionAppreciated #RepresentationMatters #InternationallyKnown

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The Black Experience: African Americans on Postage Stamps

Visit this Virtual Exhibit Since the founding of the United States, African Americans have played a pivotal role in the shaping of American history and heritage. Their contributions to America have included the fields highlighted by the 1940 Famous Americans and many more. This virtual exhibition showcases the black experience in the United States through the lens of American postage

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