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Old 04-02-2010, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default Mr. Bell's Resume History, A Question Mark

...The year of 1968 was a momentous period in the life of Charles A. Bell. The scholarly Charles plunged headlong into problems of civil rights, community services and labor relations. He matriculated at Rutgers University for courses and workshops in contemporary urban problems....

Since he was reviously a civil rights activist in North Carolina, I'm sure Mr. Bell was a participate in the Rutgers-Newark students sit-in around that same time in February 1969.

He became Director of the Newark Housing Council. With his engineering staff, he developed policy and plans for new housing units throughout the city. His administrative skill was duly respected by many.

I googled Newark Housing Council and came up with one mention in an addendum in the Newark Agreements related to establishing UMDNJ. Nice fluff Mr. Bell.

Charlie has always been an advocate for quality education. He proudly served on the Newark Board of Education for over twenty five years, under four superintendents.

He as a member during the record setting 1970 teachers strike which was only settled after the students walked out of school. The real question is what relationship he thinks his tenure at the Board of Education has on the current prison population? He presided over the mis-education of generations of our youth. BTW, I was one of those youth in 1970 strike.
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