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"You no longer have to be afraid of the dark...

For now you have a friend

in the shadows."



 -The Night Fighters

After their performance, Joel Bell and Mallory Cantrell of the Night Fighters pose with Arnold Schwarzenegger, former California Governor, actor and National Chairman of Inner City Games.

CEO, Joel Bell of the Night Fighters accepting the Children's Miracle Network Award presented by former President of Delta Airlines. 

CEO, Joel Bell of the Night Fighters has a chat with the Champ, Muhammad Ali.

Sponsored by former NFL quarterbacks, (the Field Generals), the Night Fighters give a violence prevention performance at Clark University in Atlanta, GA.

Members of the Night Fighters Student Chapters made various educational projects / models to share with terminally ill children at Egleston Hospital. 


Joel Bell and Mallory Cantrell perform a skit about the negative effects drugs can have on a person's life. 

Members of the Night Fighters after attending a school meeting.


Students from Pickens County Middle School and Martin Luther King Middle School come together for an induction ceremony as the first two Night Fighters school chapters.







CEO, Joel Bell along with Mallory Cantrell of the Night Fighters (both, former employees of Delta Airlines) pose showing the Miracle Award trophy presented at a program sponsored by the Children's Miracle Network.  To date, the duo has performed before over 500,000 students across the state of Georgia.

The Night Fighters perform a skit at Warner Robins Middle School about  poor choices and consequenses.


Ambassador Andrew Young poses with Children's Miracle Network Award recipients Marian Wright Edelman, President and Founder of Children's Defense Fund and Joel Bell, President and Founder of Night Fighters of America.

CEO, Joel Bell of the Night Fghter's meets the

Champ, Muhammad Ali.

The characters of the Night Fighters Comic Strip send a clear message that violence needs to end. While apprehending villains and cleaning up the community, children learn about the effects of violence through the adventurous tales of three superheroes.

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