Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 11/18/16

I’m back in Washington DC and fresh off a visit to Capitol Hill. Have a listen to Rachel Platten‘s Fight Song while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Look out boards, turbulent times are ahead! Here’s ten questions that can ease the transition: http://hubs.ly/H05cZxH0
  • Inside Philanthropy: Six predictions about Trump-era philanthropy—it doesn’t look good http://bit.ly/2fT6hP5 …
  • National Council of Nonprofits: Effect of elections on charitable nonprofits – A bottom-down but also bottom-up process of policy setting ahead http://buff.ly/2fWPAOd
  • Philantopic: #Nonprofits Wonder, Worry About Trump’s Policies http://bit.ly/2g6kTHO @BostonGlobe
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: What can we discern from Trump’s first day on the Hill as president-elect about where he might start his presidency? http://hubs.ly/H059fqq0
  • Claire Dunning: I wrote about how the history of philanthropy could help the social sector in a Trump administration for SSIReview
  • ACLU National: Today [November 11] we published a full-page open letter in the New York Times to President-elect Trump [republished on The Daily Beast]
  • Keith Kamisugi: [email protected] [The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights] firmly opposes the nomination of @SenatorSessions as Attorney General. Read the statement: http://bit.ly/2fDs5wv
  • For Purpose Law: Charity Embezzlement: Thwart It With Good Controls
  • Omidyar Network: After $1 billion & 12 years of investing, we’re sharing our #ReturnsContinuum framework: #impinv SSIReview