Step aside Mr. Jackson.
It's time for Harriet Tubman's time in the $20 bill spotlight.
The US Treasury Department announced that the African American activist will replace the 7th US president on the $20 bill.
The change will kick in in 2020.
But Andrew Jackson isn't going all that far, he'll still be featured on the back of the $20 bill.
Harriet isn't the only woman to get some recognition on American currency.
The new $10 bill design will show an image of the historic march for suffrage in 1913 And will honor key members of the suffrage movement including Susan B. Anthony and Sojourner Truth.
Eleanor Roosevelt will also grace the back of the $5 bill along with Martin Luther King, Jr.
The news become the number one trending topic on Twitter with fans showing their support and haters, well, hating.
Personally I'm stoked to see lady on my dollars in the near future.
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