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"Our Children's Keepers"

©2013 by Edward Derrick Bell

Our Children’s Keepers is a step-by-step guide for churches that want to help youth go to college. Combing successful college preparation strategies with scriptural foundations, the guide covers the full spectrum of the college admission process.

It is the perfect tool for developing Church-School-Community Partnerships.

Our Children’s Keepers is a guide for the development of successful group pre-college mentoring programs. It deals directly with program planning and administration, as well as the roles and responsibilities of mentors, parents and students. It is also a resource guide for families with high school students preparing for college admission.

A sampling of the topics covered includes: Initial Planning Activities; Working Effectively with Counselors; Some Practical Approaches to Attract, Inform and Equip Parents; and Selecting High School Courses. The Appendix contains indispensable information including: Common Terms Related to the College Preparation Process; College Visitation Essentials, and The College Interview.

Our Children’s Keepers utilizes language and terminology accessible to the general public. The Christian subtext provides grounding and encouragement for perseverance through the complex process of pursuing admission to the nation’s selective and most prestigious colleges and universities.

The information contained herein is derived from the author’s extensive career in formulating admission policy and developing recruitment and retention programs. His unique experiences in higher education and his work with church youth are combined to produce this one-of-a-kind college preparation guide.

 

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"Misdeeds"

©2011 by Eddie Bell

“Misdeeds” is a story from Eddie’s collection, “Tales from the Tracks,” based on the life and times of America’s Negro Pullman Porters that served the riding public on the nation’s luxurious sleeper trains.

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Eeny Meeny Miney Mo, Time to Lynch a Negro

©2009 by Eddie Bell

This daring book is a collection of free-verse poems and short stories that elicits a tapestry of emotion as it reveals the humanity of lynching in a unique, memorable presentation. Though the subject matter is disquieting, it is handled with grace and thoughtfulness and will leave the reader moved and with a deeper understanding and appreciation of this part of the American story.

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Festival of Tears: Poems and narration by Eddie Bell

©2009 by Eddie Bell

A dramatic presentation of poetry that brings together jazz and classical musicians rendering Negro spirituals and jazz improvisations that accompany Eddie’s harmonic voice and add depth to the recording.

Festival of Tears includes featured poems: “Collateral Damage: A soliloquy,” a blues poem from a desolate wife who has lost her husband to a lynching; “Aftermath of the Bad Nigger Festival: An old woman’s story,” a remembrance of an aged white woman whose father took her to a spectacle lynching as a young girl, “… Papa didn’t you think the ghost would come?”; and, “A Prayer for Reuben,” a father’s broken hearted prayer for forgiveness of the mob that lynched his son.

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