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Arthur M. Brazier

Dr. Arthur M. Brazier is the pastor of the Apostolic Church of God in Chicago. He is also a bishop and a prominent civic leader. He is the founder of The Woodlawn Organization[?] which was prominent in Chicago's civil rights movement in the 1960s and remains a successful community organization.

His church claims an active membership of more than 14,000 and is housed in a large modern complex on the South Side of Chicago.

He is a member of the Public Buildings Commission of Chicago and has lectured at leading universities, including the University of Chicago, Northwestern. Harvard and Antioch College[?]. In addition to The Woodlawn Organization, he also founded The Woodlawn Preservation and Investment Corporation as well as The Fund for Community Redevelopment and Revitalization. He has been a national leader in community development.

He is the author of Black Self- Determination and Saved by Grace and Grace Alone .

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