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Patient No More Exhibition Reception

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Berkeley Campus 2956 San Pablo Avenue
2nd Floor
Berkeley, CA 94702-2471

January 26, 2017 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

John F. Kennedy University's Museum Studies and Office of Student Affairs hosts a new traveling exhibit, ‘Patient No More' at the school's Berkeley campus.

In this exhibition, visitors will get a chance to appreciate how the occupiers built networks of support, from unions to the Black Panthers; how protesters influenced the media and changed the language used to cover the protest; and the controversies of 504, especially in regards to race and deafness. Above all, this exhibition reminds all of us that disabilities are a source of creativity and innovation, not pity or tragedy.

The exhibit is currently on display at JFKU Berkeley Campus, 2956 San Pablo Ave. 2nd Floor Gallery. Hours are by arrangement, and the gallery opens to the public for three special public events.

The opening reception will take place on January 26, 2017 from 4-6 pm. The Gallery opens at 12 noon. The afternoon reception is open to the public, all University students, staff, faculty and the Museum Community.

Patient No More is presented by the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University, made possible with support from California Humanities, and traveled by Exhibit Envoy.