Honorable Judge  Fred F. Bell

The NAACP was founded more than 100 years in New York City by a group of Black and White activists concerned about equality and justice. Through the years, the NAACP has won major legal victories and continues to fight for social, political, educational and economic equality for all people.

As we have all witnessed, 2018 proved to be a year of many challenges. The Bullock County Branch NAACP is hoping and praying for a peaceful and productive New Year for all.

The Honorable Judge Fred F. Bell will deliver our message of hope, Love, peace and prosperity "Defeat Hate...With Love" during our Annual Freedom Fund Banquet at South Highland Middle School, Friday evening, January 18, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.

Honorable Fred F. Bell, City Councilman, Montgomery Alabama was born and raised in Hayneville, Alabama.

Councilman Bell is married to Virginia Bell and they are the proud parents of three children, Courtnee, Chris and Fred who is deceased. They are also happy to be raising their two grandchildren Gracie and Jackson.

Councilman Bell was educated at Alabama State University where he received a B.S. Degree in English.

Then he received a M.S. Degree in English from Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

He attained his Juris Doctor Degree from Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, NE.

During his career he has served in numerous positions including Intern News Writer at WSFA TV News, English & History Instructor, Lowndes County Board of Education, English Instructor & Adjunct English Instructor, Alabama State University, Paralegal & Staff Attorney, Legal Services of North-Central Alabama, Assistant Attorney General, Montgomery, AL, Project Coordinator, Ft. Deposit, AL, Private Practice-Attorney, Montgomery, AL Municipal Judge, Hayneville, AL and City Council, District 6, Montgomery, AL.

Councilman Bell serves fifteen neighborhood associations in District 6. He is a member of the Alabama Bar Association, U.S. Supreme Court, Federal Court Northern, Southern & Middle Districts of Alabama and the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.

All are invited and all are welcome.

For tickets, advertisements, donations or questions, please contact: Dr. James V. Poe, Jr., President Bullock County Branch, Co-chairs, Rev. Artis C. Martin, and Sister Marlene Martin, Sister Edith Rodgers, Sister Gladys Washington, Sister Clara Kates or any NAACP member or call 334-738-2644.

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