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Motivational Speaking:   Occasionally Dr. Bell accepts invitations to speak before educational groups, veteran organizations, and liberal religious/humanist organizations.  He may be contacted at CeCeBeJr@aol.com.

Several Recent Speaking Engagements or public appearances:


Sermon: Jan. 15, 2012:  WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO MLK’S DREAM? 
Subject: "Reflections on Race Relations in America Today"  which was presented at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Sermon: Nov. 8, 2010:  How About Those Redskins? 
Subject: A Thanksgiving Day sermon about the history of the oppression of Native Americans which was presented at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Sermon: July 18, 2010:  What Unitarian Universalists Should Know About African American Humanists and Why It Should Matter  
Subject: The similarities and differences between the African American Humanists and the Unitarian Universalists which was presented at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Sermon: Sept. 6, 2009:  The Lincoln Mythology 
Subject: History of President Abraham Lincoln and slavery which was presented at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Sermon: February 15, 2009:  Mary and Gary, How are Your Ministries Growing?
Subject: How the Law of Attraction, the Law of Belief, and the Law of Correspondence can help us to be our better selves, which was presented at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Presentation: July 22, 2006:  Presentation of a Petition to the Prince George's County branch of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
See text of presentation here.


Sermon: April 30, 2006:  My Comfort Zone, Your Comfort Zone, May We Merge Them?
Subject: How we all have developed psychological and spiritual comfort zones and that comfort zones are a product of our thinking and feelings and beliefs. Presented at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Sermon: Feb 5, 2005:  A portrayal of Frederick Douglass 
Subject: "Early Freethinkers, Abolitionists, and Unitarians"  which was performed at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.
Frederick Douglass


Lecture: March 6, 2004, 2nd Annual Harvard Graduate School of Education at the Alumni of Color Conference (AOCC), Cambridge, MA.
Subject:  How Black Churches Contribute to the Gap in Academic Achievement between Black and White Students.

Sermon: Mar 1, 2003, Keynote Speaker at the Fellowship Dinner at Davies Memorial UU Chruch, Camp Springs, Md.
Subject:  From One Religious Runaway to Another: The similarity of the religious inquiries and experiences that led most Unitarians to Unitarianism.


Sermon: Feb 5, 2005:  A portrayal of Frederick Douglass 
Subject: "Early Freethinkers, Abolitionists, and Unitarians"  which was performed at the Davies Memorial Unitarian Universal Church in Camp Springs, Maryland.


Lecture: March 6, 2004, 2nd Annual Harvard Graduate School of Education at the Alumni of Color Conference (AOCC), Cambridge, MA.
Subject:  How Black Churches Contribute to the Gap in Academic Achievement between Black and White Students.

Sermon: Mar 1, 2003, Keynote Speaker at the Fellowship Dinner at Davies Memorial UU Chruch, Camp Springs, Md.
Subject:  From One Religious Runaway to Another: The similarity of the religious inquiries and experiences that led most Unitarians to Unitarianism.













 
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