For our next Smart Girl Challenge, check out these amazing women makers who will be featured on the back of the new, ten dollar bill. And then, tell us, who is going to replace Andrew Jackson on the new twenty dollar bill? First girl to correctly and successfully take this challenge will be our next winner!
Ok, girls, learn about these amazing women! And tell us, who is going to be on the new twenty dollar bill? We’ll announce the winner on May 16!
Alice Paul founded the Congressional Union, which became known as the National Woman’s Party. She said, “It is incredible to me that any woman should consider the fight for full equality won. It has just begun.”
She went on to say, “There is hardly a field, economic or political, in which the natural and unaccustomed policy is not to ignore women … Unless women are prepared to fight politically they must be content to be ignored politically.”
We agree, Alice Paul, and we stand with you and all women and girls for equal rights Together we can change the world.
sillyunicorn said on December 17, 2017
I am exited to find out on who is going to be on the 20$ bill
batman said on September 8, 2017
fahamilton said on September 4, 2017
Idk who will be on the next $20 bill but I’m excited to find out!
smartgirl2005 said on May 31, 2016
Harriet Tubman will replace president Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.
blackthehedgehog101 said on April 30, 2016
They will not be replacing Alexander Hamilton, thanks to Lin Manuel Miranda. Alexander Hamilton did create America’s financial plan. It would sort of be rude not to have him on any money! Check out the new rap/hip-hop hit Broadway show about him. Hamilton! it will have you laughing and crying! Go check it out. Right now! why are you still reading? Go check it out!
P.S. Harriet Tubman will be on the twenty! Ok… now go check out Hamilton.
fundipgirl said on April 21, 2016
Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the 20 dollar bill! Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist who was part of the Underground Railroad. I am so excited for 2020! (We were talking about Harriet Tubman in history today, so that is how I know this!)
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