Stay informed of the week’s notable events and shared resources with this curated list of Nonprofit Tweets of the Week.
Notable Events of the Week:
- “Since 2017, the authorities in Xinjiang have detained many hundreds of thousands of Uighurs, Kazakhs and other Muslims in internment camps. Inmates undergo months or years of indoctrination and interrogation aimed at transforming them into secular and loyal supporters of the party.” NY Times
- “A U.S. ambassador [U.S. ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland] on Wednesday explicitly linked President Trump, Vice President Pence and other senior officials to what he came to believe was a campaign to pressure a foreign government to investigate Trump’s political rival in exchange for a coveted White House meeting and hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid.” Washington Post
- “Fiona Hill, the former White House adviser on Russia, opened her testimony before the impeachment inquiry Thursday with withering criticism of Republican attempts to sow doubt that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. … Hill’s testimony sets the stage for an extraordinary development in the impeachment hearings, with Trump’s former top adviser on Russia essentially telling the public under oath that his refusal to accept the reality of Moscow’s intervention in 2016 is wrong.” Washington Post
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
- CalNonprofits: Did you know: For 42% of California nonprofits, foundation funds represent less than 10% of their revenue? Learn more fun facts from Causes Count: the Economic Power of California’s Nonprofit Sector – New Findings! #causescount
- Gene: You can listen to @ErinBradrick and @DavidZahniser on @KPPC discussing the Youth Policy Institute story SCPR – see also the LA Times story
- Gregory Nielsen: @GTak of @nonprofitlawyer joins me to discuss the pros and cons of fiscal sponsorship as well as key questions to ask in determining if this is right for your project or nonprofit. #Nonprofits #FiscalSponsorship #Fundraising #Philanthropy Nonprofit Vision Podcast
- Upswell: @GTak has always taken to heart the charge to own his expertise and use it to contribute to our collective wisdom, and he’s been with us from the beginning of our Upswell journey. Check out his notes from #upswell2019 + @equityinthectr pre-convening.
- Vanessa Daniel: My Op Ed in today’s @nytimes. Connecting women of color, including transgender women of color, with resources to organize at the grassroots is my life’s work. I believe in us! & I know that when we win it lifts all people in this country towards freedom. Philanthropists Bench Women of Color, the M.V.P.s of Social Change
- Jeffrey Bradach: Lessons to live by if we want to see deep, enduring, scaled change. Powerful work by @openimpactteam @hmcgrant Lessons for Funders on Supporting System Leadership
- Bridgespan Group: Help your leaders develop #equity and #inclusion skills: bake them into your competency framework https://bspan.org/33nL9p8
- Benjamin Soskis: Here I make the case for charity’s more subversive potentialities as an oppossitional ethic to philanthro-capitalism: Today’s Problems Call for Reviving Charity—and Eliminating the Need for It
- Disaster Philanthropy: The resiliency of communities affected by disasters is often tightly linked to the resiliency of their nonprofit organizations. Organizations that can rebound quickly contribute greatly to the community’s overall recovery. Learn more: http://ow.ly/FSqM50x4fCr @TechSoup #disaster
- Jed Emerson: “ESG framework | McKinsey” http://twitthat.com/NkNuR