Thanks to this fashion brand, you don't have to wait for our triflin government to issue that $20 Tubman bill.


The screenwriter of the film "Harriet" shared that when he first pitched the film in 1994, the white Oscar winner's name was suggested to play the Black icon.


It's so obvious that this administration has a serious problem with strong Black women.

Should non-Black American actors be allowed to play our heroes? Some say absolutely, while some say absolutely not.

In the name of all that is holy, leave Tubman and the womanist movement that she represents, out of this.

Steve Mnuchin said he was still making a decision regarding Harriet Tubman's imagery on the $20 bill during a CNBC interview on Thursday.

We will finally see Cynthia Erivo on the big screen, as the British talent will play Harriet Tubman in a new biopic.

New York City's Swann Galleries will auction the newly discovered image of the heroic abolitionist on March 30.

The freedom fighter, abolitionist and former slave continues to be immortalized.

Former Republican Presidential candidate, Ben Carson believes Harriet Tubman isn't deserving of being on the $20 bill and should instead be placed on the $2 bill.

  On Wednesday’s episode of Raven-Symone Gets Paid To Be The Token Black Person Who Says Crazy Shit, (also known as her hosting gig on The View) the actress-formerly-known-as-a-sane-person was back up to her old tricks. In response to the lovely news that a group is petitioning to have Harriet Tubman’s face on the $20 bill, Symone said, […]