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#4408 Anna Julia Cooper, Black Heritage Series

The purchase of this stamp/s will earn you 4 points valued at $0.07.

Issued: Jun 11, 2009. 44¢ Self-adhesive. Mint and never hinged.

Anna Julia Haywood Cooper was an educator, leader, and voice for middle-class African-American women. She founded several organizations to promote black civil rights causes. including the Colored Women’s League. At that time, the YMCAs and YWCAs did not accept African American members; her — to create “colored” branches to provide support for young black migrants. Cooper was the only woman elected to the American Negro Academy which existed from 1897–1924. (APS)

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