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Reggie Bullock's mission is equality for LGBTQ community


did not make the All-Star game nor is he participating in Saturday’s competitions. He’s in his native North Carolina for a greater purpose. After Bullock’s transgender sister, Mia Henderson, was murdered in 2014, the Lakers wing has become an ally for the LGBTQ community. “Obviously it’s something close to home for me,” Bullock said. (Medill Reports)

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