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Harriet Tubman and Women on 20s Campaign – A Woman’s Place is on the Money

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As a business run by women, we highly value women’s equality and our ability to generate health, wellness, and prosperity.

I was born into a family of strong, courageous, intelligent women who have always worked hard to provide for their family.  My mom, Jenefer Palmer, created OSEA and build it from the ground up.  I also have two extraordinary older sisters: Melissa Palmer who is skilled in business development, and Alissa who has created her own thriving jewelry business while raising two kids and dealing with cancer.

To honor the strong, powerful women in our lives and in history, we at OSEA proudly support the Women On 20s Campaign to have the image of a woman appear on the 20 dollar bill by the year 2020 – the year that marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment that granted women the right to vote.  This campaign has created a virtual march to send a resounding message of change to the White House via petition and social media, and we invite you to join us!

Part of this virtual movement has been taking a poll of which woman should appear on our currency.  A survey was taken from over 1 million Americans and the winner is… Harriet Tubman!

IMG_0078Considered by many as the “Moses” of her time, Harriet Tubman sacrificed herself to free slaves, became one of the country’s leading abolitionists before the Civil War, and supported the early struggles for women’s equality.  As a woman, and as a person, she embodied extraordinary courage, shrewdness, and determination.

In honor of Harriet Tubman and all of the women in history who have fought for our rights, join us in the virtual march! You can show your support by reposting this image or any image of your choice to your social media feeds using the hashtag #DearMrPresident, and also by signing this petition.  

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