After Carmelo Anthony, Reggie Bullock is therefore the second winner of the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award, created last year and intended to reward the “champion” of social justice.
Along with finalists Jrue Holiday (Milwaukee Bucks), Jaren Jackson Jr (Memphis Grizzlies), Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves) and Fred VanVleet (Toronto Raptors), the Mavs fullback stood out for his charities in favor of the LGBTQ community.
In memory of his sister
His involvement in this cause began after the murder of his transgender sister, Mia Henderson, in 2014. He created the association “RemarkaBULL” that offers support and housing to members of the LGBTQ community in need.
The league also highlighted the fact that Reggie Bullock had contacted many associations such as “Abunding Prosperity”, “Dallas Southern Pride”, “Black-Tie Dinner” and the “Muhlaysia Booker Foundation”, which is named after a transgender woman, Muhlaysia Booker. , killed in Dallas in 2019.
In his social networks, the player declared “honored” have received this award. “My platform is not taken for granted and I will continue to inspire and do what is right for my people”he added.
Reggie Bullock will thus receive a donation of 100,000 dollars that he can donate to the association of his choice.
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