Darren Seals was born on May 15, 1987, and died on September 6, 2016.
He was an American civil rights activist, assembly line worker, and rapper from Ferguson, Missouri.
He active in Ferguson, Missouri, protests in the wake of the police shootings of Cary Ball Jr. and Michael Brown.
During 2014, he helped rally a movement to vote against the Democratic candidate for St. Louis county executive, by backing a white Republican.
His relocating to the highly Democratic African American community was an attempt to, “demonstrate that their votes should not be taken for granted.
He was known as “King D Seals” on social media, and referred to himself as a “Businessman, Revolutionary, Activist, Unapologetically BLACK, Afrikan in AmeriKKKa, Fighter, Leader”.
He killed on September 6, 2016. A homicide investigation revealed he was shot once in a car, which was later set on fire.
Darren Seals passed away at 29 years old.