In consultation with and some writing by the Longmore Institute, our audio description was done by an accessible media company called AudioEyes, which relies on professionals with disabilities who know "both sides" of this business and that has blind professionals review every description. In addition, audio describer Katie Murphy developed the first two tracks adding information for our exhibit at the San Francisco Public Library. You can access the exhibit audio description, including navigation cues, using your mobile device and the links below. CD players containing these tracks are available for you to borrow at the Library for the Blind, Second Floor.
You can stream the files by following the links below, or download the mp3 files.
Travel Exhibit Audio Description Track
The traveling exhibit audio description can be listened to via the links below on your smartphone or by an audio player available at each traveling exhibit location. (47 minutes).
- Audio Track Introduction
- Triad 1: Patient No More Intro
- Triad 2: The 504 Occupation
- Triad 3: Daily Life
- Triad 4: The Media
- Triad 5: The Hearings
- Triad 6: The Protest Goes to Washington
- Triad 7: 504 Across the U.S./Did you Know?
- Triad 8: The Legacy of 504
- Triad 9: 504 and the ADA
- Triad 10: April 1977: Day-By-Day
After a 7 month run at the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley and 3 months at the San Francisco Public Main Library, the main exhibit has returned to storage. To see the traveling version of Patient No More, visit Exhibit Envoy!
Pink Palace Museum, Memphis, TN: November 8, 2020 – January 24, 2021
Miami University, Miami, OH: February 28 – April 25, 2021
East Texas Oil Museum at Kilgore College, Kilgore, TX: August 22 – October 17, 2021
Museum on Main, Pleasonton, CA: April 3 – May 29, 2022
Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County, Moorhead, MN: March 25 – June 11, 2023