Gwen Ifill First Day Ceremony
and other ceremonies and events
Youth and Teachers Stamp Page
Personal stories of enslaved and free African Americans on both sides of the American Revolution.
Exhibit at the American Revolution Museum in Yorktown, Va.
Stamp Ceremonies in March 2020
Click on stamp for preview.
Fit to be on a Stamp
Hispanic Heritage Stamp Book
by ESPER member Daniel T. Sanchez.
Book by ESPER Member
Gladys Turner Finney
New edition for "On Her Own Ground"
By A'Lelia Bundles
African-American stamps for 2020
2020 USPS Stamp Program
Black History Month
Colored Hockey Championship
Issued January 24, 2020
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Illustrator: Ron Dollekamp
Harlem Renaissance and Hip Hop
Ceremony was on January 30, 2020
Location: Washington, D.C.
Order your free quarterly
Our January/February 2020 issue is ready
for viewing in the
Members Only Section.
Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections
The Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections (ESPER) is an international stamp society dedicated to promoting the collecting of stamps and philatelic material depicting people and events related to the African diaspora and to encouraging and supporting the interest and participation of Black people in all aspects of philately. It is ESPER's sincere hope that visiting our website not only will enhance your knowledge of stamp collecting and Black heritage, but also will create a desire to start or revive your own collection of stamps or other philatelic material.
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