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Past. Present.

Ke’Von Singleton was born to Michael and Santonia Singleton. The youngest of three boys, he was born and raised in North Charleston, SC. Ke’Von always wanted to better himself and the community. Ke’Von started educating his community through his Films. Ke’Von has created six documentary short films that explore social justice. Three of which, have been displayed at The National Museum of African American History and Culture, in Washington D.C. Through his work as a filmmaker, he discovered that the playing field was still not equal, and work needed to be done in his community. Ke’Von took on the role of a public speaker and civil rights activist. He has spoken at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Business and Professionals Breakfast, the Charleston County Republican Party Black History Program, and the CCSD Shared Future Meeting. His work and speeches began to shed light on social inequities in the communities. Singleton’s efforts have been acknowledged by Mayor John T. Tecklenburg, State Senator Marlon Kimpson, and ​Representative​ ​Jim Clyburn. He has also teamed with several organizations and individuals to fight the oppression in Lowcountry education, such as the Lowcountry Students for Political Action, the National Action Network, Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke, Vice President Kamala Harris, and President Joe Biden. His actions and deeds earned him great recognition as a civil rights leader in the Charleston community. Ke’Von is a graduate of First Baptist School of Charleston and Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Africana Studies with a double minor in Public History & Historical Preservation and Political Science. Ke'Von is currently attending Harvard Divinity School. He lives by the words of the legendary Mahatma Gandhi, “Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny.”. Ke’Von Singleton uses these words as a daily inspiration to bring forth a change in our communities.

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