ESPER (Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections) and the American Philatelic Society will hosted a live event, on Thursday, May 21, celebrating the USPS release of the "Voices of the Harlem Renaissance" stamps.Speakers during the event included:Host:
The stamps depict one of the great artistic and literary movements in American history, the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920's.
This established African Americans as a vital force in literature and the arts.
The 20 stamps showcase four portraits of these literary figures:
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