“I’m #PatientNoMore” Webcam Photographs part. 2

The Longmore Institute’s “Patient No More” exhibit celebrates the accomplishments that the disability rights movement has achieved, but we are also eager to draw attention to the ongoing social justice work that is still being fought for. We are asking attendees to the Patient No More exhibit to write their "I'm #PatientNoMore" statements, and then take a selfie. Here’s the second batch of selfies we’ve received…check back on our blog here for more to come! A dark skinned man with greying hair and sunglasses holds a sign in one hand and a white cane in the other. The sign reads “I’m #PatientNoMore: Access Ability Now! Patient no more!” “I’m #PatientNoMore: Access Ability Now! Patient no more!”

A light-skinned woman stands with a sign in her left hand and raises her right hand next to her head in a fist. The sign reads: “I’m #PatientNoMore: Safe and Accessible healthcare for all now!!” “I’m #PatientNoMore: Safe and Accessible healthcare for all now!!” 

A light-skinned white man holds a sign reading “I’m #PatientNoMore: Civil Rights and Culture!” He smiles at the camera. “I’m #PatientNoMore: Civil Rights and Culture!”

Two women stand together holding a sign that says “I’m #PatientNoMore: Disability Rights = Womens Rights = Human rights!” They are both smiling at the camera. “I’m #PatientNoMore: Disability Rights = Womens Rights = Human rights!”

A light-skinned woman wearing a nasal canula stands holding a sign that reads: “I’m #PatientNoMore: COLA’s and Food Stamps for SSI recipients in California and other states” “I’m #PatientNoMore: COLA’s and Food Stamps for SSI recipients in California and other states”

A light-skinned man, wearing a Beatles shirt, stands holding a sign that reads “I’m #PatientNoMore: Please help the Homeless and Vets. They deserve it” “I’m #PatientNoMore: Please help the Homeless and Vets. They deserve it”

 A light-skinned woman with short, blond hair is using crutches and stands tall. She holds a sign that reads: “I’m #PatientNoMore: Tired of the Stigma!”  “I’m #PatientNoMore: Tired of the Stigma!”

A light-skinned woman sits holding a sign that reads “I’m #PatientNoMore: Don’t let the grass grow over our roots” She looks above the camera with a pleasant smile on her face. “I’m #PatientNoMore: Don’t let the grass grow over our roots” 

A light-skinned man stands with a sign in his right hand and a white cane in his left hand. The sign reads “I’m #PatientNoMore: 64% of people with disabilities are unemployed. TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE.” “I’m #PatientNoMore: 64% of people with disabilities are unemployed. TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE.”

A tall, light-skinned man with brown facial hair holds a sign reading, “I’m #PatientNoMore: Power to the People.” He laughs to the right of the camera. “I’m #PatientNoMore: Power to the People.”