Spain issues ‘equality’ postage stamps in skin colors – priced with an unbelievable difference

Spain issues ‘equality’ postage stamps in skin colors – priced with an unbelievable difference

[Ed. – They’re gone, apparently, in Spain.  Who thought this was a good idea?]

For those unaware, May marked European Diversity Month. …

In that spirit, Spain’s state-owned postal service — the Correos España — issued four stamps to celebrate equality.

The stickers — each devoted to a particular color of skin — were deemed “Equality Stamps.” …

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The most expensive color: the lightest.

In other words, the stamp denoting the darkest shade of skin was the most worthless.

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