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  Malcolm X Issue Black Heritage #22 United States, 1999

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Malcolm X Issue
Black Heritage #22
United States, 1999
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Malcolm X Issue Black Heritage #22 United States, 1999
The United States Postal Service paid tribute to Malcolm X (1925-65) with the release of this mint self-adhesive stamp on January 20, 1999. Born Malcolm Little in Omaha Nebraska, he become a Black Nationalist and member of the Black Muslim movement (upon which he changed his last name to "X" to symbolize his African heritage. In 1964, after converting to orthodox Islam, Malcolm disavowed his earlier advocacy of racial separatism and founded the organization of Afro-American Unity. He was fatally shot on Feb. 21, 1965; three Black Muslims were later convicted of the murder.

This Issue is a member of the USPS Black Heritage Series.

The actual size of this stamp is 26 x 40 mm.
Scott Catalogue Number(s): United States #3273
 
 
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