New York Times devotes entire front page to names of coronavirus victims as death toll nears 100,000

The New York Times splashed a list of almost 1,000 names and memorable pieces of information extracted from obituaries on its Sunday front page. Lila Fenwick, 87, “the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Law” and Romi Cohn, 91, “saved 56 Jewish families from the Gestapo” are just some of the names the paper lists.