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The role of municipal, county, state, and federal government in the daily lives of African Americans is complex and multifaceted. On a local level, municipal and county governments are responsible for providing essential services such as police and fire protection, waste management, and public transportation. State governments are responsible for a wide range of services, including education, healthcare, and social services. At the federal level, the government is responsible for a range of services, including national defense, foreign policy, and economic policy.
However, the role of government in the daily lives of African Americans has not always been positive. Historically, African Americans have faced discrimination and unequal treatment from government institutions, including the criminal justice system, housing policies, and voting rights. Today, many African Americans continue to face systemic barriers to equal access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities.
Despite these challenges, many African Americans have worked tirelessly to advocate for their rights and to hold government officials accountable for their actions. Black elected officials have played a critical role in advancing policies that promote equality and justice for all Americans, and non-profit organizations led by African Americans have worked to provide essential services and support to their communities.
Kevin McMahill, Sheriff
MaQuade Chesley, Chief
Scott Kerbs, UMC Public Relations Director
Jacqueline Gravatt, Police Chief
Hollie Chadwick, Chief of Police
Sheila Parks, Director of Operations