The Toni Morrison Forever Stamp was officially unveiled at Princeton on March 7 by Pritha Mehra, chief information officer and executive vice president of the Postal Service (fourth from left). Joining her on stage were (left to right) Dean of the Faculty Gene Jarrett, Professor Ruha Benjamin, President Christopher L. Eisgruber, photographer Deborah Feingold, Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, and senior lecturer in the Lewis Center for the Arts Michael Cadden. Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications March 7, 2023 Family, friends, fans and stamp collectors gathered at Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall on March 7 to pay tribute to Morrison and to celebrate the first day of issue for the Toni Morrison Commemorative Forever stamp. The stamp dedication ceremony — available for viewing in its entirety on YouTube — included numerous remembrances of Morrison’s life and legacy, including a video message from Oprah Winfrey and a letter from former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, Class of 1985, that was presented to Morrison’s family. Read more about the celebration on the University homepage.