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  1. Understanding Food Planning Strategies of Food Insecure Populations: Implications for Food-Agentic Technologies
  2. Shifting from Surveillance-as-Safety to Safety-through-Noticing: A Photovoice Study with Eastside Detroit Residents
  3. Organizing Community-based Events in Participatory Action Research: Lessons Learned from a Photovoice Exhibition
  4. A Collective Approach to Providing Digital Skills Training Among U.S. Public Housing Residents
  5. How Recent Migrants Develop Trust Through Community Commerce: The Emergence of Sociotechnical Adaptation
  6. Opportunities for Social Media to Support Aspiring Entrepreneurs with Financial Constraints
  7. Emotional Labor in Everyday Resilience: Class-Based Experiences of Navigating Unemployment Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in the U.S.
  8. The Village: Infrastructuring Community-based Mentoring to Support Adults Experiencing Poverty
  9. Trust, Reciprocity, and the Role of Timebanks as Intermediaries: Design Implications for Addressing Healthcare Transportation Barriers
  10. Data Work in Education: Enacting and Negotiating Care and Control in Teachers' Use of Data-Driven Classroom Surveillance Technology
  11. Implications for Supporting Marginalized Job Seekers: Lessons from Employment Centers
  12. Reflecting on being black in computing
  13. Elucidating Skills for Job Seekers: Insights and Critical Concerns from a Field Deployment in Switzerland
  14. Coding Bias in the Use of Behavior Management Technologies: Uncovering Socio-technical Consequences of Data-driven Surveillance in Classrooms
  15. More than Shared Ethnicity: Shared Identity’s Role in Transnational Newcomers’ Trust in Local Consumer-to-Consumer E-commerce
  16. Consequences, Schmonsequences! Considering the Future as Part of Publication and Peer Review in Computing Research
  17. “This Seems to Work”: Designing Technological Systems with The Algorithmic Imaginations of Those Who Labor
  18. Uncovering the Promises and Challenges of Social Media Use in the Low-Wage Labor Market: Insights from Employers
  19. Eliciting Tech Futures Among Black Young Adults: A Case Study of Remote Speculative Co-Design
  20. Examining the Use of Online Platforms for Employment: A Survey of U.S. Job Seekers
  21. Examining Mobility Among People Living with HIV in Rural Areas
  22. 'A Library of People'
  23. Reflections on black in computing
  24. Transparency in Qualitative Research: Increasing Fairness in the CHI Review Process
  25. Positive Feedback and Self-Reflection: Features to Support Self-efficacy among Underrepresented Job Seekers
  26. Community Collectives: Low-tech Social Support for Digitally-Engaged Entrepreneurship
  27. Reaching Hard-To-Reach Populations
  28. Additional Labors of the Entrepreneurial Self
  29. Does Driving as a Form of
  30. DreamGigs
  31. Towards an Effective Digital Literacy Intervention to Assist Returning Citizens with Job Search
  32. Online Grocery Delivery Services
  33. Making a Living My Way
  34. Technology to Support Immigrant Access to Social Capital and Adaptation to a New Country
  35. An intersectional approach to designing in the margins
  36. Support for Social and Cultural Capital Development in Real-time Ridesharing Services
  37. Entrepreneurship and the Socio-Technical Chasm in a Lean Economy
  38. The Sharing Economy in Computing
  39. Everyday Resilience
  40. Uncovering the Values and Constraints of Real-time Ridesharing for Low-resource Populations
  41. Detecting and Visualizing Filter Bubbles in Google and Bing
  42. Learn With Friends
  43. "If god gives me the chance i will design my own phone"
  44. Next steps for sustainable HCI