A Woman Is Going On The $10 Bill
The Treasury Department plans to seek public input on which woman should replace Alexander Hamilton, the nation's first treasury secretary, on the $10 bill. Officials will hold town hall meetings and roundtable discussions to discuss "what qualities best represent democracy to help guide the design process," the department said. They will also review social media submissions using the hashtag #TheNew10 as well as comments posted to a dedicated part of the Treasury website . Lew will announce the decision later this year.
Sojourner Truth -- A woman who spans the journey for freedom
Sojourner Truth is best known for her extemporaneous speech on racial inequalities, "Ain't I a Woman?" delivered at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention in 1851.
She was born a slave in 1797 as our nation was in its infancy, and died a free woman in 1883. She championed freedom for Black people and women.
No other woman has made such an important contribution to the journey of freedom for all people in this country.
At iZania, we support Sojourner Truth as the choice for the first woman on the $10 bill. Let's use social media to make this a reality. Post the messages below to show your support.
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"I support Sojourner Truth on #TheNew10."
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"@USTreasury I support Sojourner Truth on #TheNew10."
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