Seeking alumni stories of "change making" for collaborative Herndon Gallery exhibit

David Tulin was an Antioch student during a tumultuous period in American history in which norms were questioned and reformed by active citizens who decided to be bystanders no more.

Upon arriving to Antioch as a freshman, he volunteered to become a member of ACRE, the Antioch Committee for Racial Equality.

During his tenure as an Antioch student, Tulin took part in demonstrations that protested a white barber’s ability to refuse African American patrons and also helped support the unionization efforts of Antioch’s blue collar workers.