Plus, Texas cop who attacked a young Black girl at a pool party will not be charged and a senator's attempt to block Harriet Tubman's face on the $20 comes up short.
From utter joy to caution to pointing out what dissenters have to say, social media was buzzing about the abolitionist gracing the cover of the nation's most coveted form of currency.
The leader of the Underground Railroad, and one of the most courageous women in US history, Harriet Tubman will now be the face of the $20 bill. She replaces the former president, the slaveholder Andrew Jackson. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will announce more regarding this decision later on today.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is scheduled to announce Wednesday that Harriet Tubman will replace former President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.
Your potential replacement for Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill: Harriet Tubman http://t.co/4Mwo0A1h6vpic.twitter.com/hOuDuEFkQH — Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) May 12, 2015 The face of revered abolitionist Harriet…