Let’s Honor The Life of Bruce Lee With Being The 1st Asian American On A USPS Stamp.

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 The Bruce Lee Stamp Campaign to Honor the Life & Legacy of Bruce Lee (#BruceLeeForever). Please join us & Sign The Petition to Have Bruce Lee be the 1st Asian American Celebrity on a United States Forever Postage Stamp. I'm Restarting the Bruce Lee USPS Stamp Campaign Today July 20th, 2017 on The 44th anniversary of Bruce Lee's passing - July 20th, 1973. This is the Start of a Brand New Proposal to Honor Bruce Lee with a USPS: United States Postal Service Commemorative Forever Stamp. Bruce Lee's Birth Nov. 27, 1940, Occurred both in the Year and the Hour of the Dragon in San Francisco and as such Bruce Lee is an American A U.S. citizen. Shannon Lee (Bruce Lee's Daughter) Started a Proposal back in 2011 to Petition the U.S. Postal Service to come out with a stamp commemorating Bruce Lee for "The Year of the Dragon 2012"
Here's a Link to Shannon Lee talking about Her Father and the Bruce Lee Stamp Campaign that Started in 2011 :
I know we can get enough Support and Show the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC) That the Life & Legacy of Bruce Lee is Strong. We can show that Bruce Lee was an American Icon - and while Bruce Lee was Chinese by ethnicity, Bruce Lee was American by Nationality. Any which way you look at it, Bruce Lee is an American Star with a Global Audience. There has never been an Asian American celebrity on a U.S. stamp and With these Change.org Petition Signatures, We ask the The U.S. Postal Service(USPS) and the Members of the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC) the approval for a postage stamp Honoring the Life and Legacy of The Dragon Bruce Lee.
The Decision Makers for Bruce Lee to be The 1st Asian Asian American Celebrity on a United States Postal Service(USPS) Forever Stamp are the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC). Every single Petition signed will be sent to each and every Member of the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC).

Justin Bua is the one Member of Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC) that We have on our side is The award-winning urban and hip-hop artist Justin Bua. BUA painted "Dragon Eyes" masterpiece in acrylics and it was used as the official 75th anniversary painting for Bruce Lee’s birthday. Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shanda Lee, and BUA signed 75 paintings in his honor. (https://justinbua.com/products/dragon-eyes

A video of Justin Bua and Shannon Lee signing the 75 Bruce Lee "Dragon Eyes paintings: (https://www.facebook.com/BruceLee/videos/10156279302490634/

Excerpt from BUA:
"When I was a kid I used to take the train in NYC down to 42nd st. and Times Square just so I could catch the latest Bruce Lee movie. Enter the Dragon and Game of Death were my favorite. I must have seen those two movies a hundred times. Bruce was the epitome of cool, calm and spiritually collected while still being the baddest Martial Arts Master EVER! I would sit in the theater, take out my sketch book and draw Bruce in different wild and crazy poses. For me, painting one of my childhood idols was a dream come true. I feel like Bruce Lee inspired rap groups like Wu Tang, B-Boys and DJ's alike."

The Citizen’s Stamp Advisory Committee(CSAC)11 members as of February 2017 Link: https://about.usps.com/who-we-are/csac/members.htm 


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