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Academy for Jewish Religion (California)

Academy for Jewish Religion
Established 2000 (2000)
Type Seminary
Religious affiliation Jewish (nondenominational)
Location Los Angeles, California, United States
Website .eduajrca

The Academy for Jewish Religion, California (AJR-CA), located in

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  4. ^ Academy for Jewish Religion moves to Koreatown


[4].Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles shared with the Koreatown to a building in UCLA at Yitzchak Rabin Hillel Center for Jewish Life Later in 2013, the Academy moved from the [3] The school itself is transdenominational, not Orthodox.[3][2] In January 2013 Tamar Frankiel became the president of the Academy for Jewish Religion, making her the first Orthodox woman to lead an American rabbinical school.[1]

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