Peninah Wangari-Jones is the RJN Co-ordinator. She is an activist and organiser on social justice, race equality and equity, marginalised and communities. Interests include: gender, migration, identity, status quo, intersections, building power.
Remi Joseph-Salisbury is a Senior Lecturer in Childhood and Education Studies at Leeds Beckett University. He is a committed anti-racist activist who writes on race and racism issues in print and online media, as well as in books and academic journals. He is a founding member of the Critical Race and Ethnicities Network, and is a member of a number of anti-racist organisations in the UK and the US.
Richard Tavernier is a lecturer on Race and Ethnicity Studies at the University of Leeds. Currently the Director of the BA Social Science Programme and a member of the BME staff. Research and Interest focuses on second, third and fourth generation of `Mixers` with an emphasis on the `Whitening process`, `Denial of Blackness`, `Black Shame` and the overt use of `White Privilege`
Sai Murray is a writer, poet, graphic artist of Bajan/Afrikan/English heritage. He is a member of Virtual Migrants, organising member of PARCOE (Pan Afrikan Reparations Coalition in Europe) and a Remember Oluwale trustee.
Dr. Jason Arday is a senior Lecturer and co-chair of the Runnymede Trust