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Spain again faced the reaction of “equality stamps” to skin color

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Spain’s postal service has reacted negatively to efforts to highlight racial inequality.

Government-owned Correos España this week issued a collection of four stamps in different skin tones. The darker the stamp, the lower the price. The lightest color is 1.60 euros ($ 1.95). The darkest price is 0.70 euros ($ 0.85).

The Postal Service called them “equality stamps” and introduced them on the anniversary of the assassination of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis. The article states that stamps “reflect an unjust and painful reality that should not be allowed” and that any letter or package sent with them “sends a message against racial inequality”.

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