David Alexander Bullock
Host, The People's Show
Founder, Change Agent Consortium
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., remained a man of peace even though he was born into a violent world. He lived a life promoting peace, but died a violent death. He was much more than a dreamer. He was a social change agent. He organized to make peace, economic equality and human dignity more relevant and evident in a world that values money, things and power. He challenged a government and a culture that had little value for the poor and the oppressed. He sought to change a country that killed black and brown people and then claimed immunity behind the dirty white sheet of an allegedly colorblind justice.