Chair, National Council of Censors
Glenn Freeman is a military veteran whose decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, three Meritorious Service Medals and four Air Force Commendation Medals. Upon retiring from the Air Force in 1985, Glenn became active in politics serving in various positions including serving on the State Equal Opportunity Commission and three two-year terms as a member of the Nebraska Civil Rights Advisory Committee. During 1997-98, Glenn served on the Omaha Public School Desegregation Task Force on busing. He co-wrote a minority report to the Task Force Recommendation Report which recommended that busing for integration be halted. Glenn's report was adopted and is presently the prevailing policy.
Glenn currently serves as President of the Omaha Chapter Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, a patriotic civic organization that sponsors annual trips to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania for high school juniors to attend a seminar on patriotism and the founding patriots. Glenn is an author of several books and publications including a published essay on racism in America entitled “Good Racism—Bad Racism.” He is married and had three grown children. He resides in Omaha, Nebraska.