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Slavery change in the US $ 20 bill

In the US, former pro-slavery President Andrew Jackson is being removed from the $ 20 bill. The Jackson image on the banknote will be replaced by a photo of the abolitionist black female activist Harriet Tubman.

In the United States, the portrait of seventh president Andrew Jackson is removed from the $ 20 bill.

A portrait of anti-slavery black activist Harriet Tubman will be printed to replace Jackson.

The first thing in the US was the 44th President of the United States, Barrack Obama, who wanted Andrew Jackson to be removed from the bill.

However, the change was suspended when Donald Trump took over. Biden management took action again for this change.

In the place of pro-slavery Jackson, the portrait of Harriet Tubman, an important figure in the political struggle against slavery in the 1800s, will be on the $ 20 bill in the following years.

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