UCSF Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative and Me
This collects what I think is all of my public engagements with staff or researchers at BHHI. This has been all on Twitter, except for at one online event which I asked a question, which I repeated on twitter.
I gathered this with the following search query including all the BHHI-associated accounts with which I’ve interacted:
“from:tmccormick AND (@ucsfbhhi OR @mkushel OR @resnikoff OR @cynthianagendra OR @GrahamPruss)”
which corresponds to this URL:
I then gathered all those tweets, removed those I judged to be basically incidental references to BHHI/staff (eg just cc-ing them) and then for the remaining, added tweets from the threads in which they occurred, if judged relevant for understanding the context.
You could follow the link above to get the unprocessed full list.
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(note: this story is mostly made of embedded Tweets, and a few YouTube videos. If you see a blank area below, it’s probably a Tweet or video still loading, or possibly failed to load. You can try refreshing to get all).
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