Disability rights activist Bruce Oka on the 1977 Section 504 Occupation
In this oral history interview, activist Bruce Oka details his experience as a participant in the 504 Occupation in 1977 as well as his later work with city and state government and Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA). He shares his memories of daily life, including the trip to Washington D.C. He also discusses the opportunities he had to speak to the press during the protest, and speaks to what has and hasn't changed post-504.
- 1970s; San Francisco Bay Area
- Spring 2014
- Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability