The New York Times has a notable Overlooked No More “series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times.”
In most cases, they were women; in many, they were dark-skinned or foreign women. Most startling omission, to my mind, was Alan Turing, who proves that Cancel Culture isn’t unprecedented.
Correction: It was more a matter of his work still be classified when he committed suicide than of “Cancel Culture” because he was gay. Absent the classification, who knows?