This week, we have an RIP for someone of who, unless you were a dedicated political activist, you very likely have never heard.
After being in the Army as a medic and nurse, he taught himself to sew - which is relevant because of the reason his passing is worth noting:
In 1978, Gilbert Baker created the rainbow flag, the flag which has become the internationally-recognizable symbol of LGBTQ pride and LGBTQ rights. So much so that four days after the historic Supreme Court decision guaranteeing the right of same-sex couples to marry, the White House was lit up in rainbow colors - and no one needed to ask why.
So RIP, Gilbert Baker.