The United States bring for the time being no banknote of 20 dollars in circulation with the image of Harriet Tubman, one of the most famous adversaries of slavery. Minister Steven Mnuchin of Finance said Wednesday, according to the American media that the design process is delayed, and that before 2028 not a new ticket.
The presentation of the note would be next year to coincide with the celebration of one hundred years of voting rights for women in the united states, but that is not so.
In 2016, it was announced that Tubman on the note of 20 would come. The current banknote has a portrait of ex-president Andrew Jackson, that to the rear would move.
Tubman was, in 1822, was born as a slave in the state of Maryland. In 1849 Tubman fled to Philadelphia, where black Americans were free to. Tubman was involved in the liberation of hundreds of slaves before and during the American civil war.
After the war, she is also the women’s right to vote. Tubman died in 1913 at age 91.
‘Harriet Tubman at American banknote of 20 dollars’