Disability Rights activist Deborah (Norling) Armstrong on her involvement in the 1977 Section 504 Occupation and the enforcement of 504 after the Rehabilitation Act was passed

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In this oral history interview, activist Deborah (Norling) Armstrong discusses her involvement in the 504 Sit-in as a blind protester. She specifically discusses her role in enforcing Section 504 regulations after the Act passed while she was a student at UC Berkeley.

Locale
1970s; San Francisco Bay Area
Date
Spring 2014
Format
mp4
Publisher
Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
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1661

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