Brother Kenneth Muhammad was born in Haines City, Florida in 1969. He moved to Rochester, New York at a young age. In 1987, he joined the Nation of Islam and has been an active member ever since. During that time he’s held various positions, currently, he is a Student Minister and local representative for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. He has been a teacher in the Rochester City School District for over 25 years. He received an A.B.A. degree from Everest University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2008 and is pursuing a B.B.A degree.
Mr. Muhammad has been serving the communities of Rochester for 30 years. He serves on various committees such as the Light the Way Campaign, Justice Or Else Local Organizing Committee, 10,000 Fearless, and the Conflict Resolution Hotline. He is also a member of the United Christian Leadership Ministry of Western New York, Inc. and servers on the planning committee of Ujima Rochester, Inc.
In his years as the Rochester Representative of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, he has created various relationships throughout the city within the Christian communities, bridging the gap between Christians and Muslims. He is passionate, dedicated, and is always willing to assist in any way he can to help with the reduction of gun violence, racism, poverty, economic development, the betterment of Black people, and making our communities a safe and decent place to live here in Rochester.perceivable information.