Harriet Tubman understood the necessity of economic empowerment for security. She bought her home in 1851 in Auburn, New York, for $1,200 to provide a safe place for her family. The Harriet Tubman Home still exists today. She also bought 25 acres around her property with a mortgage in 1896 at auction for $1,450. The economic empowerment legacy of Harriet Tubman has yet to be told. Harriet Tubman deserves to be on the $20 bill.
The Harriet Tubman Visa Debit Card was the first limited edition card offered by OneUnited Bank. The limited-edition card was only available in 2020, and is no longer issued after 12/31/2020. We continue to offer many unique and unapologetically Black debit and ATM card designs, like our King card, Queen card, and BankBlack card designs.
Accessing your money on-the-go is a snap when you bank with OneUnited Bank. You can access over 37,000+ surcharge-free ATMs across the country and reload cash onto your debit card at 90,000 retail locations nationwide. Simply use our mobile app and click on “Locations” to find a convenient location near you.