Campaign Pushes to Put Rosa Parks on a $20 Bill

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of women gaining voting rights, a new feminist campaign, Women on 20s, wants to change the face of U.S. currency.

The campaign aims to garner enough support to convince President Obama to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with women who have made equal, if not substantially more, contributions to American history.

Rosa Parks, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Shirley Chisholm, Eleanor Roosevelt and others are among the campaign’s contenders to replace Andrew Jackson.

The campaign was Founded by Barbara Ortiz Howard and Susan Ades Stone just in time for Women’s History Month.

“We think there’s no greater gender gap than on our money,” Susan Ades Stone told Quartz. “Of our print denominations, every single one bears portraits of men, something that hasn’t changed since 1929. I like to call that ‘Money 1.0.’ It’s time for a change.”

Primary voting for the campaign has already launched and will last until the end of March. People can vote for their top three choices from a selection of 15 female candidates to be featured on the bill. After this first round of voting, the 15 candidates will be dwindled down to the top three candidates for a second round of votes.

Think you know which leading lady you’d like to see on your next $20? Vote here now for your favorite picks and let us know who you chose in the comments below!