Harriet Tubman – the African-American anti-slavery activist who helped other slaves escape through the Underground Railroad – will be the new face of the American $20 bill.

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Many celebrities have spoken out in support of this unique milestone, saying “we’ve waited long enough.”; Oprah Winfrey couldn’t be more ecstatic.

Hocus Pocus actress, Bette Midler, took a different approach, taking to social media to tweet a cheeky response relating to the much talked-about gap in pay wage between men and women.

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsTubman will be replacing Andrew Jackson, America’s seventh president and a former slave owner. Jackson’s face will remain on the other side of the bill. RELATED: Bono Praises Jennifer Lawrence, Acknowledging Lack Of Equal Pay In Hollywood   Other celebrities expressing their approval on the move are Zendaya, Sophia Bush and more.

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