The New York Times Finally Recognizes the Legacies of These World-Changing Black Women

This post was originally published on this site

On Women’s Day, the New York Times published an interactive collection called “Overlooked,” a series of obituaries written for notable figures who have long passed but for myriad reasons were not recognized by the Times when they died. In it, the Times acknowledges that over the years, it has repeatedly neglected to…

Read more…

Facebook Comments

You May Also Like

Former San Francisco 49ers Safety Eric Reid Files Collusion Grievance Against NFL

This post was originally published on this site Former San Francisco 49ers and Pro-Bowl ...

How To Eat On A Budget While Traveling The World

This post was originally published on this site Unsplash – Toa Heftiba The biggest ...

Your Guide To The Key Players In The Norse Mythology Of ‘God Of War’

This post was originally published on this site Sony After six games where Kratos ...

Whitney Houston’s Bodyguard Soundtrack Turns 25

It’s been 25 years since Whitney Houston’s iconic soundtrack for The Bodyguard dominated the ...

Eve Is The New Co-host of ‘The Talk’ On CBS

Ruff Ryder’s First Lady started a new gig this week, as a co-host of ...

It’s Time to Kick Off The 2018 Women of Power Summit!

This post was originally published on this siteHave you ever sat in a room ...

Floyd Mayweather Is The Highest Paid Celeb In The World

This post was originally published on this site Floyd Mayweather is cocky for a ...