Rimma Bravve, the former Moscow refusenik, died in June at the age of 32 in Rochester. Bravve received an exit visa, along with her husband, last December. She was the second of a group of five known as the International Cancer Patients Solidarity Committee.
Nancy Datan, an author, gerontologist, and Professor of Human Development who held the Chair of Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin, died in May at the age of 46. She was the author of A Time to Reap: The Middle Ages of Women in Five Israeli Subcultures, which she wrote after living and teaching for ten years in Jerusalem.
Mollie Golub of New York, a lawyer and honorary national president of AMIT Women, died in June at the age of 87. She had been active in the women’s Zionist movement for over 40 years.