About Col. Jordan Palmer

Kentucky Spirit is the official blog of Col. Jordan Bowling Palmer. The Honorable Jordan Palmer has been a critical part of civil liberties in the commonwealth of Kentucky and is also a public advocate.

CURRENT POSITIONS HELD:

Col. Palmer is Secretary-General of the Southern Kentucky Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels (also knows as the Southern Kentucky Brigade of Kentucky Colonels).

Col. Palmer is the Secretary-General of the Kentucky Equality Federation and its member organizations, including Kentucky Equal Ballot Access, etc.

Col. Palmer is the Principal Liasion at the United Nations for the United States Midwest for ILGA.

ABOUT COL. JORDAN BOWLING PALMER, CHA:

Col. Jordan Bowling Palmer has been in active in civil rights and a public advocate for over a decade.

--> From protesting former Governor Fletcher and later Representative Fischer for saying 'gays had not suffered enough,' sponsoring a Soulforce Equality Ride, forcing school boards to allow Gay-Straight Alliances, rallying at Northern Kentucky University and the Hazard Pavilion, forcing policy changes, organizing Kentucky's 1st Gay Marriage License Day, assisting in restoring KADAP, to successfully pushing the 1st Federal Hate Crime convictions in U.S. History, his accomplishments speak for themselves.

Written by Damon T. Jones, Communications Director to Secretary-General Palmer.

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This is the personal blog (opinion) of Col. Jordan Palmer. Jordan Palmer is a Kentucky Colonel, the president of Kentucky Equality Federation, and the general commanding officer of the Southeastern Kentucky Brigade of Kentucky Colonels. Jordan Palmer is a former national Board member and Vice President of Development of the national Marriage Equality USA. This blog is a personal blog not affiliated with any organization or group.

This blog is personal, and in absolutely no way reflects the view, opinion, or official position of any organization Jordan Palmer currently or has previously represented.

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