Dr. Heather Uncensored: focus on trauma - serious, fun, healing

Season 2. Episode 17. Asserting religious liberty with Rabbi Michoel Green, profound, outspoken, caring

May 11, 2022 Heather Herington
Dr. Heather Uncensored: focus on trauma - serious, fun, healing
Season 2. Episode 17. Asserting religious liberty with Rabbi Michoel Green, profound, outspoken, caring
Show Notes


I love honesty and bravery, qualities I look for in people to interview. And Rabbi Michoel does not disappoint. He is clearly a scholar, extremely compassionate and has a great sense of humor, another characteristic on the top of my list in awesome humans! 

I hope you enjoy this interview whatever religion or no religion you are.  And if you need someone who understands exemptions look no further, again whatever your affiliation with the divine.

Here's his BIO: 
Rabbi Michoel Green is a published author, educator, and scholar of Judaic law.
An ordained orthodox rabbi for over 26 years, he currently serves as the spiritual leader of Congregation Agudath Achim and also as the director of the Chabad Center in Westborough, MA.

He writes and lectures widely on themes pertaining to Torah and contemporary thought, and is known for his creative approach to eschatology, paleography, and Biblical Hebrew etymology. Rabbi Michoel and his wife Dvora are passionate about homeschooling, homesteading, and healthy living.

In the past three years, Rabbi Green has emerged as an advocate for children’s education, religious freedom and medical ethics.

He has testified in front of numerous state legislatures and city councils, and works tirelessly on behalf of families whose children have been marginalized and banned from schools locally and throughout the country. He has assisted many thousands of people worldwide in asserting their religious liberty and body autonomy.

A prolific writer, Rabbi Green corresponds with religious leaders around the world on these urgent topics and other matters of current relevance.

You can read some of his articles on westbororabbi.substack.com, and other online publications.

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