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2020: Year in Goodbyes

Remembering those we've lost as we reach the end of a uniquely arduous year — the civil rights leaders, the lives cut short by injustice, the stars who brought us inspiration and comfort, and more.

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    Obituary of John Lewis: Georgia congressman, civil rights icon

    Obituary of John Lewis: Georgia congressman, civil rights icon

    Before the sit-ins and freedom rides, before nearly dying at the hand of an Alabama state trooper at the Edmund Pettus Bridge and before ascending to …

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Great Equalizer

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Great Equalizer

    How a scholar, advocate, and judge upended the entirety of American political thought. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, scholar, lawyer, judge, and Justice, died on Friday at the age of eighty-seven. Born the year Eleanor Roosevelt became First Lady, Ginsburg bore witness to, argued for, and helped to …

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    People we’ve lost in 2020

    People we’ve lost in 2020

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    In a year that will be remembered for loss, we look back at some of the most famous people who died in 2020.Among the lives we lost this year: trailblazers Ruth Bader Ginsburg and John Lewis; acclaimed actors Chadwick Boseman, Kirk Douglas and Sean Connery; musical geniuses Little Richard and Eddie …

    Remembering the Stars We've Lost in 2020

    Remembering the Stars We've Lost in 2020

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    People - Sophie Dodd

    Dawn Wells The Gilligan's Island star, who played Mary Ann Summers on the hit show from 1964–67, died on Dec. 29 in Los Angeles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 82. Wells' publicist said that the actress died of causes related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Tina Louise, who played …

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