OneUnited Bank, a Black-owned bank headquartered in Boston, issued limited edition debit cards for Black History Month featuring the heralded Harriet Tubman doing what appears to be the "Wakanda Forever" salute. The bank took to social media to announce the release of the special edition Visa debit card and described it as "a symbol of Black empowerment." 

Teri Williams, President & COO of OneUnited Bank said in a statement, "[w]e have the power to place Harriet Tubman on a global payment device in celebration of Black History Month," adding, "[t]his symbol of Black empowerment in 2020 will pave the way for the Harriet Tubman design on the $20 bill."

Needless to say, there was much ado about this on social media.