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Albert S. Axelrad

Hillel Director

Brandeis University

HQ Phone:  (781) 736-2000

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Brandeis University

415 South Street

Waltham, Massachusetts,02454

United States

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Brandeis University is a highly competitive private research university with a focus on undergraduate education. Founded in 1948 by the American Jewish community and named for Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, Brandeis embraces the values of academic ex... more

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www.sinai-temple.org

In the 1960s, Al Axelrad, Hillel rabbi at Brandeis University, established an annual Shifra and Puah Award, honoring individuals who exemplify non-violent resistance to tyranny.
He named the award after the midwifes in Chapter One of the Book of Exodus.


www.jewishveg.com [cached]

Rabbi Albert Axelrad, former Hillel director at Brandeis University, argued that Jews should be "pacifoids.


peace.kics.bc.ca [cached]

RABBI ALBERT S. AXELRAD serves as Chair and Adjunct Professor of Religion at the Center for Spiritual Life of Emerson College and as Interfaith Chaplain at the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary and Consultant to The Kenneth B. Schwartz Center, an independent center promoting compassionate caregiving, based at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
He assumed these positions upon his retirement from Brandeis University, which appointed him its first Chaplain and Hillel Director Emeritus in 1999. He has written "Meditations of a Maverick Rabbi" (1985), " Call to Conscience: Jews, Judaism and Conscientious Objection" (1986) and "Refusenik: Voices of Struggle & Hope" (1987). He is an activist in the causes of peace, human and civil rights, racial and gender equality, dying with dignity, and poverty eradication as well as an innovator in spiritual and liturgical renewal. His CO statement to the Selective Service System was published in Rabbi Albert S. Axelrad's "Call to Conscience" (KTAV/JPF, 1986) and he also contributed a section to JPF's "Wrestling With Your Conscience: A Guide for Jewish Draft Registrants & Conscientious Objectors" (2000).


www.bostonsynagogue.org [cached]

Rabbi Al Axelrad
Rabbi Al Axelrad (Liberal) Rabbi Al S. Axelrad is the Chair of the Center for Spiritual Life and Adjunct Professor of Religion at Emerson College. 'Rabbi Al" has had an outstanding 34-year career as Brandeis University Chaplain and Hillel Director. The author of three books, Rabbi Al has long been recognized for his progressive social action and liturgical renewal.


jewcology.org [cached]

Rabbi Albert Axelrad, former Hillel director at Brandeis University, argued that Jews should be "pacifoids.


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