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Reflecting on why the process to install Tubman is by comparison so much more involved, Robbins suggested, “There’s nobody who was really charged with making it happen.”
Obama’s treasury secretary, Jack Lew, who publicly announced in 2016 that Tubman would go on the $20, said in an interview that he regularly prodded the Bureau of Engraving to accelerate its timeline.
Like supporters of the Tubman portrait, representatives of the blind are still waiting.
The power he sees in Tubman’s look is reflected in another new acquisition, Amy Sherald’s portrait of Breonna Taylor.Lyrical leadership: Kevin Young, a poet, is now running the African American Museum|Peggy McGlone|May 20, 2021|Washington Post
So many of the freedoms we all enjoy today are a direct result of Tubman’s heroic efforts.Putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill Is Not a Sign of Progress. It's a Sign of Disrespect|Brittney Cooper|January 27, 2021|Time
All my movies have a lot of edge to them, and Harriet Tubman is full of edge.
The hip-hop mogul tells Lloyd Grove he plans to make amends for his Harriet Tubman sex video joke and take Tinseltown by storm.
Russell Simmons tried to be funny with his ‘Harriet Tubman Sex Tape’.Harriet Tubman Sex Tape Parody Sparks Twitter Outrage From Spike Lee and More|Rachel Osman|August 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Harriet Tubman was truly a great character and her life is an interesting chapter in the history of this country.
And so her people came to call Harriet Tubman the Moses of the black race.A Man's Value to Society|Newell Dwight Hillis
Thank you, Deacon Tubman, I hope you may have many happy returns.How Deacon Tubman and Parson Whitney Kept New Year's|W. H. H. Murray
Of such mould was Harriet Tubman, philanthropist and patriot, bravest and noblest of all the heroines of freedom.
She married again, so that she is sometimes referred to as Harriet Tubman Davis.