Via press release from GLAAD:
In a historic first, New York-area Boy Scouts will be among the groups leading 14,000 people down Manhattan’s 5th Avenue on Sunday at the 44th Annual NYC Pride March, where they will speak out against the Boy Scouts of America’s discriminatory ban on gay adults. Three generations of Boy Scouts — gay and straight — will be on hand and in uniform at nation’s oldest and largest LGBT Pride event, where they will present the American flag during the national anthem and subsequently serve as Color Guard during the march. It is unclear what repercussions (if any) will face the Scouts after participating in the march. The BSA has previously stated that wearing the Scouting uniform during a Pride event is a “violation of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.” The Greater New York Councils, which serves nearly 150,000 Scouts in New York City, has previously emphasized its commitment to full inclusion of gay Scouts, however.
From the Brooklyn chapter of Scouts For Equality: “We are grateful for this invitation from NYC Pride, and we are honored and humbled to provide this patriotic service to the LGBT community of New York.