A Gay Rights activist and Pioneer of the Gay Revolution,
Scott G. Brown is one of the oldest survivals of the 1969 Stonewall Inn raid and riots. This was the beginning of New York's role in the Gay Rights Movement in Greenwich Village
43 years ago.
He tell his story as an eye-witness and a participant in the
protests which Time Magazine deems to be one of the Ten most influential protests of the century. At age 71, he is still, actively, involved, and attends the New York Pride Parade each year.
He is, currently, a Freelance Writer, and a Huffington Post Blogger.