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Renée Slotopolsky de Epelbaum Renée Slotopolsky de Epelbaum (June 15, 1920 – February 7, 1998), also known as Yoyi Epelbaum, was an Argentine human rights activist. She is known for being one of the founders of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, an association of mothers of those disappeared during the military dictatorship known as National Reorganization Process that ruled Argentina between 1976 and 1983. She was also one of the founders of the Jewish movement for Human Rights ().
Renée Slotopolsky de Epelbaum One of her sons, Luis Marcelo (25), medical student, was kidnapped on August 10, 1976 in Buenos Aires as he left the university. Claudio (23), a law student and Lila (20), dancer, were sent home holiday in Uruguay, in the city of Punta del Este where they thought they would be safe. However, Argentine squads in cooperation with the Uruguayan regime followed them, being kidnapped on November 4, 1976.
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Cyril Y. Bowers 18. Tannenbaum GA, Epelbaum J, Bowers CY. Interaction between the Novel Peptide Ghrelin and Somatostatin/GHRH in Regulation of Pulsatile GH Secretion. Endocrinology 2003; 967-974.
Aviva Cantor In 1976, she initiated and co-founded "Lilith", the independent Jewish Feminist quarterly magazine, which she served as co-founding editor through 1987, and for which she wrote regularly. Her articles have appeared in many publications, including "Ms.", "The Village Voice", and "Israel Horizons", and in a number of anthologies. Her reportage for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) on the American Jewish community, Israel, her multi-part series on foreign Jewish communities—including Cuba, Argentina, Austria, Central Europe and Kenya—and her interviews with figures such as Gerhard Riegner, Carl Sagan, David Wyman, and Renee Epelbaum, were internationally syndicated.
Fernando Egozcue He is also an outstanding soloist. He has made two records “Tango en silencio” (Tango in silence) and “Solo” (Alone), his last project as soloist until now. Yet in the 80s he collaborated as soloist with the chamber orchestra “Los Solistas de Buenos Aires” (The Soloist of Buenos Aires), directed by Arberto Epelbaum and in 1996 he was the soloist of the performance “Poemas de García Lorca” with the actress Carmen de la Maza. His activity as soloist has not finished and in 2005 he collaborated with the cords quintet Sartory Camara, directed by Víctor Ambroa.