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About the National African American Reparations Commission

Established in April, 2015, the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) is a group of distinguished professionals from across the country with outstanding accomplishments in the fields of law, medicine, journalism, academia, history, civil rights and social justice advocacy.

They are united in a common commitment to fight for reparatory justice, compensation and restoration of African American communities that were plundered by the historical crimes of slavery, segregation and colonialism and that continue to be victimized by the legacies of slavery and American apartheid.

Convenor of the NAARC is Dr. Ron Daniels, veteran civil and human rights activist and a distinguished professor at York College of the City University of New York.

NAARC Members

Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright
Honorary Member
Pastor Emeritus, Trinity United Church of Christ,
Chicago, Illinois

Professor Charles Ogletree
Honorary Member
Executive Director Emeritus, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, Harvard University,
Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Conrad Worrill
Director Emeritus, The Carruthers Center for Inner-City Studies, Northeastern University,
Chicago, Illinois

Dr. Ray Winbush
Director of the Institute for Urban Research, Morgan State University
Baltimore, Maryland

Dr. Iva Carruthers
General Secretary, Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference
Chicago, Illinois

Rev. JoAnn Watson
Former Detroit City Councilwoman, Detroit,

Atty. Nkechi Taifa
Criminal Justice Reform and Reparations Activist,
Washington, D.C.

Dr. Julianne Malveaux
Political Economist and President Emeritus, Bennett College for Women,
Washington, D.C.

Nana Dr. Patrcia Newton
CEO, Black Psychiatrists of America, Baltimore

Yvette Modestin
Founder and Executive Director, Encuentro Diaspora and IBW Board Member, Boston,

Kamm Howard
National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations In America,
Chicago, Illinois

Dr. Joyce King
Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair for Urban Teaching, Learning and Leadership, Georgia State University,
Atlanta, GA.

Dr. V.P. Franklin
Editor, Journal of African American History,
New Orleans

Latest NAARC Posts

Below you’ll find the most recent posts from the NAARC post category.

National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC)

NAARC Applauds Interest in Reparations by 2020 Presidential Contenders

By | NAARC Posts, Press Releases / Statements, Reparations

National African American Reparations Commission Applauds Recent Statements of Interest by 2020 Presidential Contenders Calls on all the Candidates to Support HR-40   Download/Print PDF or DOC version of this press release. The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) applauds several Presidential contenders for their recent expressed interest in reparations and calls on all the candidates to prioritize reparatory justice as an issue of importance to Black voters in the…

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Danny Glover Requests Your Support for IBW and the Reparations Movement

By | NAARC Posts, Reparations, Video/Audio | No Comments

We are profoundly thankful to Danny Glover for his support of the work of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW) and the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC). As a tireless advocate for the U.N. Decade for People of African Descent and reparatory justice, Danny Glover has been with IBW every step of the way in our successful effort to intensify the U.S. and global reparations movements. We urgently need your support to continue this vital work.

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Reparations — Reparatory Justice

Reparations Action Plan for Activists, Organizations, and Governments

By | NAARC Posts, Reparations

David Comissiong, July 2018 — 1. Acquire and inculcate in ourselves, our people, our institutions, and our Governments a deep knowledge of our history. 2. Formulate the demand for Reparations as a demand for a fundamental transformation of the currently existing inequitable and exploitative economic and power relations that exist in our domestic societies and in the international arena, and for the creation of the “Just Society” : and apply…

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HR 40 Primer — Seize The Time!

By | NAARC Posts, Reparations

By N’COBRA — The HR 40 Primer was produced by the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’COBRA) with information, assistance, and inspiration of the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC), #40 Acres and More Reparations Strategy Group, and the Black Is Back Coalition (BIBC) for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations. Contents Seize The Time! A New HR 40 Rationale for Revising HR 40 What is New With HR 40…

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Spoken Word by Michael Quess Moore at NAARC’s Benefit Reception, New Orleans

By | Events, NAARC Posts, Reparations, Video/Audio | No Comments

Michael “Quess” Moore’s spoken word performance at the National African American Reparations Commission’s (NAARC) Benefit Reception held at Southern State University at New Orleans on Thursday, November, 30 2017.

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Communiqué: The New Orleans Reparations Gathering

By | Events, NAARC Posts, Press Releases / Statements, Reparations

November 30 – December 2, 2017, the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) convened a major Reparations Gathering in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. A primary goal of the Gathering was to continue the process of creating greater public awareness about NAARC’s Preliminary 10 Point Program for Reparations for African Americans and to receive input, suggestions, recommendations on the Program from constituents from the area/region…

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