A Capitol Hill staff member places signs on the steps of the US Treasury Department before a news conference in June 2019 on the decision to indefinitely delay putting famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the new US$20 bill. Photo: Reuters A Capitol Hill staff member places signs on the steps of the US Treasury Department before a news conference in June 2019 on the decision to indefinitely delay putting famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the new US$20 bill. Photo: Reuters
A Capitol Hill staff member places signs on the steps of the US Treasury Department before a news conference in June 2019 on the decision to indefinitely delay putting famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the new US$20 bill. Photo: Reuters
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politico | Biden administration ramping up efforts to put Harriet Tubman on US$20 bill

  • The Trump administration had pushed off the effort, which would remove former president and slave owner Andrew Jackson from the front of the note
  • White House spokeswoman says America’s currency should ‘reflect the history and diversity of our country’

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A Capitol Hill staff member places signs on the steps of the US Treasury Department before a news conference in June 2019 on the decision to indefinitely delay putting famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the new US$20 bill. Photo: Reuters A Capitol Hill staff member places signs on the steps of the US Treasury Department before a news conference in June 2019 on the decision to indefinitely delay putting famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the new US$20 bill. Photo: Reuters
A Capitol Hill staff member places signs on the steps of the US Treasury Department before a news conference in June 2019 on the decision to indefinitely delay putting famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the new US$20 bill. Photo: Reuters
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