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African American Leadership: An Empowerment Tradition in Social Welfare History, Washington D. When the public health was threatened–as it was by cholera epidemics in 1832–a temporary board of health would be appointed to attend to the emergency, enforcing quarantines, burying bodies, and the like, and would disband once the danger was gone. These public affairs councils help Church leaders build relationships with community, government and faith leaders, forming a vital bridge between our congregations and the communities they call home.

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