Vote "YES" For the Marvin Gaye USPS Stamp

Carla Johnson
Carla Johnson 6 Comments
2 Signatures Goal: 1,000,000

For over 25 years or more, people have been trying to get petitions spread around the world in efforts of getting signatures for the Marvin Gaye the USPS Postal Stamp!! Marvin is just as deserving of receiving this HONOR as the other artists such as, James Brown, Ray Charles and Jimi Hendrix!! Please support us on our third attempt of working hard with our organization, Unity in the Community: Spreading Awareness on Issues in the Inner City, that will be backing this project!! LET'S GET IT ON!!!

  • pamela fields
    pamela fields United States, Poughkeepsie
    Nov 22, 2015
    Nov 22, 2015
    marvin definetly deserves a stamp! he was very important to the black community... jhis music got us through some rough times!
  • Shelia Belcher-Johnson
    Shelia Belcher-Johnson United States, Chicago
    Sep 13, 2015
    Sep 13, 2015
    We are still groovin' to Marvin's tunes. From all walks of life. Artists are copying his work "Thick" to be the latest, because he was such a genius at his craft and we loved him for it . Thanks Marvin Gaye for sharing. Let get that stamp done.
  • Carla Johnson
    Carla Johnson United States, Charlotte
    Sep 01, 2015
    Sep 01, 2015
    PLEASE SIGN THE PETITIONS!!
  • David Addis
    David Addis United States, Norwich
    Aug 29, 2015
    Aug 29, 2015
    Mighty Marvin, by far, deserves this honor more that the pseudo-artists that are desperately trying to refer themselves as so-called "R & B' musicians, when they have make a mockery of the culture. Unlike Mighty Marvin, there are absolutely NO NAMES that are memorable to the genre. (C)rap musicians and trap drum singers are all this so-called "genre" has to offer, which is why I refuse to listen to the radio anymore! I always have Mighty Marvin's music by my side in my car. You bring Kanye into my car and you WILL be walking home! Long live Mighty Marvin!
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  • 3 years ago
    Gayle P. Thomas
    3 years ago
  • 3 years ago
    Carla Johnson
    3 years ago