Our Executive Committee
Reginald Muhammad, M.A Co-Founder of the National Reparations Institute and Co-Author of the National Reparations Declaration, has worked in the reparations movement for more than thirty years and has published his Master's thesis "The Movement to Secure Reparations for Blacks in America: An Analysis of Fragmented Models and Methodologies." He is a former Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Clark Atlanta University. Professor Muhammad has taught Politics and Global Issues, Urban Politics and Policy, and Electoral Politics for more than two decades.
Stephane Dunn, Ph.D., M.A, MFA (University of Notre Dame) is a writer, filmmaker, professor, and cultural critic. Dr. Dunn has written, co-directed, and produced two short documentary films, "Fight for Hope" (first place BronzeLens Georgia Lottery Lights Action Camera competition), "Mr. Creek’s Move", and "After the Bridge Burned: Basil Reviving" in addition to several plays. She teaches African American culture, writing, and cinema at Morehouse College and is a co-founder and the academic coordinator for the Morehouse Cinema, Television & Emerging Media Studies (CTEMS) major.
Michael Muhammad, a retired Air Traffic Control Specialist with the Federal Aviation Administration, is a Senoir Fellow Researcher, Co-Founder of the National Reparations Institute and Co-Author of the National Reparations Declaration. Michael has spent over 25 years performing research in the following areas, Geopolitics, the International Banking Cabal, Eugenics, the International Drug Trade, and Reparations. Michael is also the Developer and Author of the National Reparations Quantifications Scale found in the National Reparations Declaration.
Chike Akua, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Clark Atlanta University and an African-Centered leadership strategist to colleges, universities, educational conferences and urban schools nationally and internationally. Dr. Akua develops African-centered curriculum resources for educators and parents and has authored eleven books, including; Honoring Our Ancestral Obligations: 7 Steps to Black Student Success and Words of Power: Insights and Modern Messages for Parents, Teachers, and Students.
Veronica Rowl holds a Master’s Degree in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Peace Building from California State University Dominguez Hills. Her passion for youth has led her to work as a mediator for a youth program in Los Angeles as well as a foster care advocate for the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program of the Los Angeles Superior Court. She currently works as a senior litigation paralegal in Los Angeles, CA.