Register to Learn How STAMP IT! Uses Canceled Postage Stamps to Honor Holocaust Victims and Fight Antisemitism
Join a fascinating webinar, on Tuesday, July 6th, at 10 AM EDT, to hear from STAMP IT! Director Richard Sloane about his groundbreaking initiative to remember Holocaust victims, fight contemporary antisemitism, and promote tolerance.
The STAMP IT! project was launched four years ago by Sloane, a Maryland Hebrew school teacher. The original goal of STAMP IT! was to collect and display 11 million canceled postage stamps, honoring the 11 million victims of the Nazi genocide.
Today, the initiative has three main purposes. Each canceled stamp collected signifies a single life canceled by the Nazis; efforts to stamp out the sinat chanim, or baseless hate, that sadly still plagues America and the wider world; and efforts to stamp on education, tolerance, compassion, respect, inclusion, and faith.
In its short existence, STAMP IT! has flourished, expanding beyond its initial aims, thanks to tireless efforts of Sloane and other project participants, including students, teachers, and stamp collectors.
Take part in this CAM partner webinar to hear from Sloane about STAMP IT!’s success and where he hopes to take it next.