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Chris Singleton  

Baseball Player; Inspirational Speaker

Chris Singleton is a professional baseball player in the Chicago Cubs organization as well as an inspirational speaker who has been featured on ESPN’s E:60, Sports Illustrated magazine, and USA Today. His mother, Sharonda Coleman Singleton, was murdered along with eight other victims at Mother Emanuel AME church in Downtown Charleston, South Carolina on June 17th 2015 by a racist white supremacist. Chris inspired his city and the nation by him forgiving the man who murdered his mother and stating that “Love is stronger than hate.” Chris inspires his audiences through his personal experiences of adversity and his belief that God can guide you through any storm you will ever pass.

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Chris Singleton: Cubs prospect forges on 2 years after mother's ...

Two years after his mother was murdered in Charleston church massacre, Chris Singleton forges ahead in baseball while taking care of his family.

Cubs draft outfielder Chris Singleton, son of Charleston shooting victim

Chicago Cubs official Jason McLeod touted the baseball talents of Charleston Southern outfielder Chris Singleton.

Cubs draft Chris Singleton, son of Charleston shooting victim

Nearly two years to the day his mother was murdered by a white supremacist in a Charleston church, Chris Singleton saw his dream of playing professional baseball realized when he was drafted by the Cubs.

A Q&A with Cubs Draftee Chris Singleton, Son of Charleston ...

Chris Singleton's past couple of years have been tragic and triumphant. Two years ago, his mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, was one of the victims of the Charleston shooting, a mass shooting that took the lives of nine churchgoers in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. And this spring, before his junior season ...

Chris Singleton, Whose Mother Was a Charleston Shooting Victim ...

Chris Singleton, Whose Mother Was a Charleston Shooting Victim, Drafted by Chicago Cubs. The new Cubs outfielder lost his mother, Sharonda Coleman- Singleton, in the racially motivated mass shooting at a South Carolina church in 2015. Ashley K. Jolicoeur ...

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