In the article, “YOU DECIDE A Women on the $10” (BTW), I learned that Secretary Jacob Lew announced that women would be featured display on the $10. But some people are against that. A group of women made a campaign to raise their voices and that women be printed on a dollar, but the government rejected that idea. The Treasury Department’s plan is not to remove bills with Alexander Hamilton from circulation. Instead, the new currency featuring a woman will be produced in tandem with the existing bills. The fact that no other currency exists with a portrait image sends a message that women are incapable of recognition without the partnership of a man. Honoring the contributions of exceptional people is not the only reason for a reissue of currency. Combating counterfeiting and other security threats is the primary reason for the continual redesign. Enhanced accessibility is another. The new ten-dollar bill will have tactile features for the visually impaired.
I think this is something unnecessary don’t let the women be more recognized on the dollar. The changes don’t make problems with people are just a dollar with the image of a woman. I people are scared to let the women be more recognized they need to open their minds more because people have other ideas.
What is your thinking?