Frank Brown is a long-time Colorado resident who has been married for twenty-four years and is now retired. Frank was a flight attendant, this let him get involved with activism as his schedule and travel benefits let him travel to different events around the country and he could dedicate time for EPOColorado and CLIP. After the passage of Amendment 2 Frank was so upset and appalled that such an initiative would pass, he wanted to do something about it. His neighbor worked the organization EPOColorado and Frank asked what he could do to help. He began by volunteering for EPOColorado and also volunteered with CLIP, Colorado Legal Initiatives Project, eventually becoming the organization's executive director. Frank worked closely with the LGBTQ+ community and legal team that fought for Amendment 2 to be overturned. This is when he worked with Jean Dubosfsky, the lead attorney on the case, and acquired part of his collection during this time. All items in this collection Frank acquired over the many years of his work to get Amendment 2 ruled unconstitutional. All of his hard work paid off on May 20, 1996, when SCOTUS ruled, 6-3, that Colorado’s Amendment 2 was unconstitutional. That was one of the happiest days of Frank’s life.