Like I said, in the kind of way. He clearly stated he wanted to work within the system, hence Evolution rather than Revolution. There are three main types of working towards social change: Accommodation, Integration, and Separation. Like Washington and King, Suzaku wanted accommodation and slowly work the system and earn respect and rights. Integration would keep the system and demand social change from the government immediately. I do admit that King later in his career became more radical and edge towards integration and Malcolm X edge more moderate by going from separation to integration. Dubois went from integration to separation because he became enraged against the American system. I'd say that Lelouch is a separationist as he wants Japan to cut ties with Brittania (spelling is shit again).