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Click Here To Join Harold on Facebook LIVE! with his guests former NFL WR Detroit Lion’s Freddy Scott (Minister) and NBA Hall of Fame player and former Detroit Mayor Dave Bing.  Harold and his guests will talk politics and sports in the Motor City and the future of the NFL and NBA.

Kicking off the program will be Dr. Richard Tyler (Atlanta, Georgia), Richard Rose (President NAACP Atlanta, Georgia) and John Hollins (former Atlanta, Georgia President of the 100 Black Men). They will discus politics and the thought process of Gov. Brian Kemp’s decision to re-open Atlanta for business. President Trump disagrees?

In 1972, Harold Bell founded “The OriginalInside Sports,” radio show that aired on WOOK-AM in Washington, DC.  Over the years, the show spanned and included WYCB-AM, WUST-AM, WPFW FM and WKYS-FM. In 1975, Bell became the first Black person to host and produce a television sports special during the “prime time” viewing period on WRC-TV 4, an NBC affiliate in Washington, D.C.

You can also purchase Harold Bell’s book

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