Disability Rights activist Jim Engvall on his experience as a 1977 Section 504 Occupation protestor

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In this oral history interview, protester Jim Engvall reflects on the 26 days he spent occupying the San Francisco Federal Building. He notes that people were not really expecting to be there for that length of time, and he credits this Sit-in as introducing him to having a voice in the disability activist community.

Locale
1970s; San Francisco Bay Area
1970s; San Francisco Bay Area
Date
Spring 2014
Spring 2014
Format
mp4
mp4
Publisher
Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
Views
950

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