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NYT Special tribute to extraordinary black men, women who were left out of obituaries when they died

A Design to Bring Life to Death – “A special section in the Sunday paper paid tribute to extraordinary black men and women who were left out of The Times’s obituaries when they died. Its design aims to bring joy … Continue reading

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Overlooked: How the New York Times Covers Librarians’ Obituaries

JSTOR – “Historically, the New York Times’s pages have been male-dominated, and its obituary section is no different. On International Women’s Day, the paper set out to supplement the record by running obituaries for overlooked women like Charlotte Brontë and Ida … Continue reading

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The Purpose Of Obituaries And Dying Updates

Obituaries are not only a written account associated with somebody’s dying, it chronicles events within their lives considered to be substantial. These written accounts include a listing of those who beat the deceased in death as well as information about … Continue reading

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