By Susan Grossman
Rivka Haut, Quiet Warrior Who Battled for Orthodox Women, Dies
The world lost a valiant advocate for women last week: Orthodox feminist Rivka Haut. Rivka often worked behind the scenes because she eschewed fame. But she played an important role in some of the most significant advances for Jewish women over the last half century, especially in Orthodoxy. It was Rivka, for example, who suggested…
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