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Harriet Tubman Debit Card Under Fire Due to 'Wakanda Forever' Pose

TMZ.com Friday, 14 February 2020
Harriet Tubman's image on a debit card would stir plenty of debate -- but Harriet Tubman doing the "Wakanda Forever" pose on that card is really pissing off a lot of people. OneUnited Bank -- which says it's America's largest black-owned bank --…
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News video: Black History Month: Bank Runs Into Controversy With Harriett Tubman Credit Card

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One bank has rolled out a credit card featuring an image of Harriet Tubman, but the pose they gave the iconic abolitionist has people talking. On social media, many said it looks like the "Wakanda Forever" salute from the Marvel superhero film "Black Panther." CBS2's Natalie Duddridge and Elise Finch...

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