Campaign Video by Regina Holliday
The Shorty Interview with Regina Holliday
Can you name some one-of-a-kind Twitter accounts that you follow?
@tedeytan @Practical Wisdom @Lygeia @Kaitbr @ChristineKraft
What are some words or phrases you refuse to shorten for brevity?
I won't shorten #cinderblocks or #TheWalkingGallery. Activism is not easy. If you can't tweet a long hashtag you may not be cut out for this.
Who is the funniest person on Twitter that you follow?
@boltyboy, just like me he often suffers from filter failure ;) with hilarious results.
Terms you wish would start trending on Twitter right now?
#EOL #PtSafety #HCSMView Regina Holliday's complete Shorty Interview
Learn More about Regina Holliday
Regina Holliday is an arts activist creating a series of paintings about the need for access to medical records inspired by her husband Frederick Allen Holliday II. After his death, June 17, 2009, she painted a mural entitled: 73 Cents. It became part of the healthcare debate. She also began an advocacy movement #The Walking Gallery on twitter & IRL, it consists of a loose confederation of patients, medical providers & techs that wear patient story paintings on the backs of business suits.