An African-American Heritage Experience with Stamps

Dr. Love
Dr. Love


April 26, 2019 10:20AM
Fran Farrer
Fran Farrer

KANNAPOLIS, NC – You are invited to explore the world of postage stamps and the heritage of African Americans as the KAA-MaCC “On Track With KAA-MaCC Event” Series presents “An African-American Heritage Experience with Stamps guided by Dr. Mary A. Love” Sunday, May 5, 2019, from 4-6pm at the Kannapolis Train Station.

Dr. Love’s focused exhibit of stamps highlighting the heritage of African-Americans incorporates her stamps into storyboards, collages, posters, framed displays, and other media to educate everyone.

The event offers refreshments, is wheelchair accessible, but unfortunately has limited seating, therefore pre-event registration is required. Please register at:

This FREE to the public event offers an Email drawing for (2) Adult Grandstand tickets to the NASCAR XFINITY ALSCO 300 scheduled for May 25, 2019. Event registration and attendance is required to enter.

About KAA-MaCC, Incorporated

The Kannapolis African-American Museum and Cultural Center, Inc. (KAA-MaCC), a 501(c)(3) exempt organization, has a mission to collect and preserve the history and culture of African-Americans in Cabarrus and southern Rowan County, North Carolina. KAA-MaCC seeks to inspire, educate, and enrich communities through diverse activities to enhance quality of life in a cultural center setting. KAA-MaCC’s ultimate vision is to build a museum and cultural center to serve, engage, and enrich the community. KAA-MaCC was founded by Board Chairman, Ruby L. Anthony-White, M.D. in 2013. The office is located at 1579 Kingston Drive, Kannapolis, NC 28083, or mail to: PO Box 494, Kannapolis, NC 28082-0494.

For more information, contact: Jacqueline Anthony Kannapolis African-American Museum and Cultural Center, Inc. Phone: (704) 925-1314 Fax: (704) 925-1315 E-mail:, or visit the website at: