The non-profit group Women On 20s, which wants to replace President Andrew Jackson’s portrait on the 20 dollar bill with that of a woman, has announced its final four choices after 256,000 people voted in an online poll.
The remaining candidates are former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, civil rights activist Rosa Parks, abolitionist Harriet Tubman, and the first woman elected chief of a major Native American tribe Wilma Mankiller.
“They are probably the most recognizable names, and the ones that have been taught, to some degree, in schools,” Susan Ades Stone, executive director of Women On 20s, told the Washington Post. “But they are also all seen as heroic in some way. I think that’s what people want: Someone who can be representative for women, who really is unequivocally someone who has touched everyone’s lives.” READ MORE.