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Lance Kennedy State Chairman of Texas College Republicans In office 2008–2009 Preceded by (Office Created) Succeeded by Nickole Heater Allegiance Texas State Guard Years of service 2009-2010 Rank Specialist Lance Kennedy (born September 3, 1987 Texarkana, Texas, USA) is a philanthropist, political activist, former voice actor for ABC Radio Disney, and former state chairman of Texas College Republicans (TCR) from 2008-2009. Contents 1 Biography 2 Philanthropy 3 Politics 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Biography Lance Kennedy is the son of Lawrence Kennedy, a former associate pastor of Larry Lea and minister in Dallas, Texas, and Coral Kennedy, a homemaker. As a child Kennedy was a voice actor for Radio Disney. Kennedy graduated "with Honors" from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology. He now attends Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law and is expected to graduate in 2013 with his juris doctor. His mentor was Dr. Joseph Ginat. Kennedy is the descendant of John J. Kennedy, a Republic of Texas politician. Philanthropy Kennedy has pursued humanitarian efforts in the United States and abroad. In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake Kennedy founded Angels in Cowboy Boots (AICB), an Austin, Texas based charity, with two of his cousins.[1] AICB delivered more than 175,000 meals to Haiti in the wake of its earthquake.[2] After the 2011 Pakistan earthquake AICB mobilized 72,000 meals to feed 6,600 people near Karachi, Pakistan with the help of the Hashoo Group.[3][4] 42,000 meals and 5,000 diapers were sent to the American Gulf Coast after the April 25–28, 2011 tornado outbreak and more to Japan after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami[5]. To date AICB has delivered hundreds of thousands of meals to Haiti, Pakistan, Chile, Mexico, Japan, and the American Gulf Coast.[6] Kennedy is also the president of Clothe Kids Now!, a Dallas, Texas based charity founded by his father.[7] To date Clothe Kids Now!, and related organizations, have clothed thousands of children in the Dallas, Texas metroplex.[8][9][10][11][12][13] Politics In 2003 Kennedy became a leader of the Dallas, Texas chapter of Protest Warrior which was engaged in weekly counter-protests at the local Halliburton facility.[14] On September 11, 2006 Kennedy, and other students, burned North Korean and Iranian flags and effigies of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and president of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the University of Texas at Arlington, sparking support and controversy in its aftermath.[15][16][17][18] He stated that the purpose the event was to bring attention to Iran and North Korea's "numerous human rights violations." In 2007 Kennedy was an intern for U.S. Senator Sam Brownback in his Washington, D.C. office. In 2008 Kennedy was elected Texas College Republicans first state chairman.[19] He was awarded the "2009 Volunteer of the Year Award" by the Republican Party of Texas. Kennedy spoke at the "Don't Mess with Texas" Tea Party protest, one of the first in the nation [20][21] with Governor of Texas Rick Perry and other Texas politicians. From 2009-2010 Kennedy was the Texas state director of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus.[22] Kennedy was reelected as state chairman of Texas College Republicans in 2009, but resigned shortly after to pursue his legal education.[23] See also Texas College Republicans Republican Party of Texas College Republican National Committee List of Chairpersons of Texas College Republicans References ^ http://www.aicb.org/about/contact-information/ ^ Harding, Elena (February 8, 2010). "Grad students ‘SupPort-au-Prince’ in Haiti". SMU Daily Campus. http://www.smudailycampus.com/news/grad-students-support-au-prince-in-haiti-1.1120724. Retrieved February 10, 2011.  ^ Huseman, Jessica (October 22, 2010). "Law student helps those across seas". SMU Daily Campus. http://www.smudailycampus.com/news/law-student-helps-those-across-seas-1.1722095. Retrieved February 10, 2011.  ^ Baylor, Cristal (December 2010). "Distribution of Buckets with Dry Food at the Flood Refugee Camp on Super Highway in Karachi, Pakistan". Hashoo Foundation USA. http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/781169/661b628d75/1470915179/fafeae9141/. Retrieved February 10, 2011.  ^ http://www.aicb.org/42000-meals-and-5000-diapers-delivered/ ^ http://www.aicb.org/about/recent-work/ ^ http://www.clothekidsnow.com/?page_id=15 ^ http://www.dfwcatholic.org/plano-profile-features-clothe-a-child-local-volunteer-john-hamilton/.html ^ http://www.allenamerican.com/articles/2011/01/22/little_elm_journal/news/264.txt ^ http://www.clotheachildfrisco.com/about.html ^ http://www.clothekidsnow.com/?page_id=15 ^ http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2005/summer/7.13.html ^ http://www.courier-gazette.com/articles/2010/12/13/celina_record/news/235.txt ^ http://www.protestwarrior.com/newsletters/07_07_04.php ^ Eric, Griffey (October 18, 2006). "On some days, the Arlington campus looks like a tense meeting of the United Nations.". Fort Worth Weekly. http://archive.fwweekly.com/content.asp?article=4310. Retrieved July 4, 2010.  ^ http://capitolannex.com/2008/12/02/new-chair-of-texas-college-republicans-sparked-controversy-at-uta-for-flag-burning-protest-on-911-anniversary/ ^ http://shorthorn.uta.edu/new/archives/2006/fall/091206/n03.asp ^ http://crnation.com/2008/12/new-texas-cr-chair-kennedy-was-a-controversial-freshmen/ ^ http://crnation.com/2008/10/showdown-in-texas/ ^ http://www.dallasblog.com/200904201004655/dallas-blog/tax-day-sees-tea-partiers-descend-on-capitol.html ^ http://saconservative.wordpress.com/tea-party-photos/ ^ http://www.hro.house.state.tx.us/pdf/ba81r/hb1893.pdf ^ http://saconservative.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/press-release-state-college-republican-officers-resign-replacements-announced/ External links Angels in Cowboy Boots website Clothe Kids Now! website Persondata Name Kennedy, Lance Alternative names Short description Date of birth 3 September 1987 Place of birth Texarkana, Texas Date of death Place of death