John H. Johnson Recognized With Black Heritage Stamp
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

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Iconic publisher and founder of Ebony and Jet magazines John H. Johnson will be honored with the 35th stamp in the Black Heritage series.

Issued by the U.S. Postal Service, the stamp features a color photo of Johnson taken by photographer David McCann. It will be available Tuesday and is being issued as a Forever stamp.

Previous honorees include Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, singer Ella Fitzgerald, poet Langston Hughes and baseball player Jackie Robinson.

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Sadé Muhammad is a news intern at BlackEnterprise.com. Before Black Enterprise, she was a fashion writer for Jonesmagazine.com, blogger and research intern for Niaonline.com, and a marketing and web intern for WPVI-TV/6ABC in Philadelphia, PA. Sadé is a senior magazine journalism major and honors student at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. With a passion for empowerment and solidarity among women of color, she is developing a print and online lifestyle magazine catering to this very audience for her senior thesis. When she’s not writing, she is talking fashion, travel, and Knicks basketball.


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