Simon Says: Women on money, keep the change!

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This decision was so money!

Abolitionist Harriet Tubman becomes the first woman on paper currency in this country.

It only took 154 years for this to happen. Nothing to be proud of, especially when you consider a  country like Syria, not exactly a bastion for woman’s rights ---has had a queen on their cash for a long time.

Yeah, when it comes to women in the USA, they are Miss-Represented. If you don’t believe me, you’re Miss-Understood!

I’ve talked about how Women get paid less.

It’s also hard to believe, in this day and age, women are second class in movies, woman get less than a third of the roles.

Look at the CEO’s office, the office where people decide foreign policy, or all those offices  with a lot high-tech and engineering---not a lot of women!

Someone needs to research why more women aren’t the subject of more medical research, or what it takes to get a women showcased in a museum -- and  I don’t mean bygetting naked.

I Googled all this stuff, where oh by the way, Google Doodles do a poor job of representing  woman.  Someone actually researched this a few years ago.

There’s a lot of work to do with  women and representation.  It’s embarrassing. Remember that every time you spend a Harriet Tubman “20” and ask for change... and that’s just my two cents!