It's Time for a Woman to be on the $20 Bill - Sign the Petition

 Let's put Harriet Tubman (African-American abolitionist and humanitarian) on the $20 bill.

Let's put Harriet Tubman (African-American abolitionist and humanitarian) on the $20 bill.

Months ago, a national campaign was launched to get a woman's portrait on the $20.  The goal of this historic campaign was to honor American women.  2020 is the 100th anniversary of women in the United States winning the right to vote.  Having a woman on the $20 would be part of this important historic celebration. 

We have learned that the Women on 20's Campaign after receiving hundreds of thousands of votes to have a woman's portrait on the $20 has been either dismissed or co-opted by the Treasury Department's decision to have a woman share the $10 bill with Alexander Hamilton.

The Treasury Department has said that there is no objection to their decision to ignore the thousands of requests for a woman's portrait on the $20.  Who are they asking?

We need 100,000 signature to get the attention of the White House. Please add your name to the petition asking the White House and the Treasury to properly respond to the Women on 20s petition and put a woman's portrait on the $20 bill!

From the The National Women's History Project