Chuck D, of the legendary rap group, Public Enemy, said, "Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp."
Do you remember when you were in school during Black History Month? Who did learn about each year? Was it the same information every year? Now picture this: Being able to use STMPD Legacy as a resource! A one-stop and shop for information about our Legacy. Join our community, check out Black and Brown Legends, and buy some apparel.
In school, we learned about the same specific set of Black or Brown Leaders in history every year, but somehow many are not mentioned. I heard some of my favorite artists: Mos Def, Talib Kweli, and Common mention names and facts that I wanted to learn more. As a Black Man with a son, it is essential to talk and show him this great Legacy.
STMPD Legacy is a resource to learn more about our Legacy and prompt conversations among generations about the great Legacy of Black and Brown people. We are using our talents as Artists, Content Creators, Researchers, Educators, and Community Advocators to build our STMPS and providing generations with facts, clothing, and posters. Black-owned and operated.