Kavon is the founder of Justice for Bruce's Beach. She started her advocacy around Bruce's Beach on Juneteenth, 2020 when she and other co-founders of a group in the South Bay put together a picnic at Bruce's Beach to shed light on black history in Manhattan Beach, specifically the land stolen from black landowners Willa and Charles Bruce. Kavon has since been quoted in the New York Times, the New Yorker magazine, the Guardian, the London Times, the L.A. Times and a host of other print publications. She has also been interviewed by CBS’s “60 Minutes”, National Public Radio (“NPR”), station KQED, 94.7 The WAVE, and a number of other radio stations, to discuss what justice for the Bruce family means and what reparations for black people look like as it pertains to America making amends for stealing black land.
Kavon has partnered with Patrisse Cullors, of Black Lives Matter, to create a petition through Color of Change calling for restitution and restoration for the Bruce family and reparations for black residents of Manhattan Beach.
Kavon is currently an actor, poet, PhD student at Antioch University's Graduate School of Leadership and Change, an educator and reparations consultant. She is a former Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) fellow and public policy lobbyist. Kavon holds a BA in Communications and a Masters of Public Administration.