Harriet Tubman Will Supersede Andrew Jackson On The $20 Bill
Major and historic news just arrived out of the U.S. Treasury Department, and it features one of history’s most pivotal figures.
According to Politico, Harriet Tubman will be immortalized on the $20 bill, replacing former President Andrew Jackson. In addition, former treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton will stay as the face of the $10 bill.
Details are still forthcoming on the decision, including when Tubman’s likeness will be etched on the U.S. currency. Once news broke, many people took to social media to share their varied thoughts known on the ruling.
Harriet Tubman on US currency makes me so proud
— Mr. POW!??? (@can_u_Phil_me) April 20, 2016
kinda cool that textbooks will have harriet tubman getting on the $20 in the same chapter as emperor trump starting the great war
— Desus Nice (@desusnice) April 20, 2016
Every time I’ll go pull out the $20 bill and I see Harriet Tubman’s face judging me, I’ll think twice about my purchase. This is good.
— Awesomely Luvvie (@Luvvie) April 20, 2016
So glad they are replacing Andrew Jackson with Harriet Tubman
— Hagen (@Hatumex) April 20, 2016
i cant wait to see the impact that having harriet tubman on the 20 is going to have on rap music
— Tracy Clayton (@brokeymcpoverty) April 20, 2016
So Harriet Tubman is gonna replace Andrew Jackson on the $20. Trump Supporters/Egg avi/dog avi twitter about to unite like Voltron
— K-Venom (@KrimsonVnm) April 20, 2016
This Harriet Tubman on the $20 is almost too good to be true. Jackson was human garbage. Tubman is one of the bravest Americans ever.
— Andrew (@Andynel88) April 20, 2016
I know Wypipo are enraged that Harriet Tubman is going to be on the $20 bill. Delicious.
— Ana (@TyKey_2UrHeart) April 20, 2016
I got mixed feelings about that Harriet Tubman on the money situation.
— #Houston (@biggjoe4sho) April 20, 2016
I understand the argument against having Harriet Tubman on the $20 but…. I just politely disagree w/ it.
— Brandale Randolph (@Brandale2221) April 20, 2016
Harriet Tubman made black history again today. Wow.
— Lilly Workneh (@Lilly_Works) April 20, 2016