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

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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…

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