504 Sit-In: Winning Rights for the Disabled

To people with disabilities, it's as important as the march on Selma was to the civil rights struggle. For Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR's Joseph Shapiro looks back at the 1977 protests in San Francisco that forced the government to honor its promises to disabled Americans.

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