Harriet Tubman was set to be featured on a redesigned $20 bill. Now the idea has been shut down by the Trump Administration. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin spoke on Wednesday that his department has no plans to change the $20 bill, or design till 2028. The new $20 bill was supposed to be revealed next year.

A portrait of Harriet Tubman (ca. 1820-1913). Tubman, herself an escaped slave, helped hundreds of slaves escape the South by means of the Underground Railroad. She nursed Union troops during the Civil War and took on spying missions at great personal risk. She is known as the “Moses of Her People.”

Harriet Tubman was to replace President Andrew Jackson who was the President behind the infamous “Trail of Tears” that forced millions of Native Americans onto reservations.