Tubman 20 Sticker (pack of 10)

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A 10-pack of large Tubman $20 stickers!

This lovingly reimagined version of the $20 bill was created in collaboration with the artist Captain Eyeliner (https://instagram.com/captain_eyeliner/), made to match the same dimensions of a real $20 bill.

Little is known about Harriet Tubman’s personal life, or her inner world, leaving us with little primary source material. This is due to the fact that she sought no recognition for what she did and notably talked little about it to others during her lifetime.

The photo that inspired the design of this bill is the earliest known photograph of Harriet Tubman, taken in 1868, at a time when she would have been in her mid-40s, already having made many trips along the Underground Railroad, worked for the Union army in the civil war and freed over 750 slaves in the raid on Combahee Ferry. This photo is a depiction of her that has previously never been seen, her face youthful but still showing something of how tough she was, this is more or less how she would have looked to most of the people she interacted with on her trips north and south, when she was referred to simply as “Moses”, and I think is an appropriate image to use for the design of the $20 given how little else we have from that time in her life.

Stick it on your laptop, or post it up in your neighborhood to let people know the heroism of Harriet Tubman and the movement to put her on the $20 bill.

All profits from the sale of stickers are donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center (http://splc.org).
A 10-pack of large Tubman $20 stickers!

This lovingly reimagined version of the $20 bill was created in collaboration with the artist Captain Eyeliner (https://instagram.com/captain_eyeliner/), made to match the same dimensions of a real $20 bill.

Little is known about Harriet Tubman’s personal life, or her inner world, leaving us with little primary source material. This is due to the fact that she sought no recognition for what she did and notably talked little about it to others during her lifetime.

The photo that inspired the design of this bill is the earliest known photograph of Harriet Tubman, taken in 1868, at a time when she would have been in her mid-40s, already having made many trips along the Underground Railroad, worked for the Union army in the civil war and freed over 750 slaves in the raid on Combahee Ferry. This photo is a depiction of her that has previously never been seen, her face youthful but still showing something of how tough she was, this is more or less how she would have looked to most of the people she interacted with on her trips north and south, when she was referred to simply as “Moses”, and I think is an appropriate image to use for the design of the $20 given how little else we have from that time in her life.

Stick it on your laptop, or post it up in your neighborhood to let people know the heroism of Harriet Tubman and the movement to put her on the $20 bill.

All profits from the sale of stickers are donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center (http://splc.org).

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