Patient No More at San Francisco Main Public Library

Saturday, June 10, 2017 to Sunday, September 3, 2017
504 protesters gather at 50 UN Plaza, City Hall can be seen in the background. A central protester in a wheelchair has a sign against his chair that says "We shall overcome"
The Patient No More main exhibit, formerly on display at the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley, will now be available to the public at the San Francisco Main Library. Across the block from where the 1977 504 protest occured, the history highlighted in the exhibit, we are so excited to share this story of disabled people changing our society on its 40th anniversary!

Map and Directions

100 Larkin St, 6th Floor, Skylight Gallery

Event details

Join us for the opening on Saturday, June 10!

Program, 1-2pm, Koret Auditorium

Joan Jaspar, Chief Curator of the San Francisco Public Library
Catherine Kudlick, Director of the Longmore Institute on Disability
Corbett O'Toole, 504 protester and author of Fading Scars: My Queer Disability History
Dennis Billups, 504 protester and Chief Morale Officer
Judith Heumann, 504 protester and Special Adviser on Disability Rights for the US State Department under President Barack Obama
Marti Goddard, Director of Access Services, San Francisco Public Library




Reception with light refreshments & opening of the exhibit, 2-3pm, 6th floor, Skylight Gallery

Please refrain from wearing scented products so people with chemical sensitivities may join us. Open captioning will be provided. To learn more about the exhibit's access features, click here.

And stay tuned here for other events and tours at!

Event Organizer

Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
Longmore Institute