Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 6/18/21

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:

  • “A highly anticipated first summit meeting between President Biden and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia ended early on Wednesday and was described by both sides as a series of polite but adamantly stated disagreements about which country is the greater force of global disruption.” NY Times
  • “For the first time in 12 years, Israeli lawmakers voted Sunday to install a government led by someone other than Benjamin Netanyahu, breaking a two-year electoral deadlock, marking a likely shift toward the political center and ending — for now — the reign of the country’s longest-serving prime minister, and one of its most consequential.” Washington Post
  • “As US states lift more coronavirus restrictions, experts are worried people who aren’t fully vaccinated could contribute to further spread of the virus. … The Delta variant “appears to be significantly more transmissible than even the Alpha variant or the UK variant, which is now dominant in the United States,” [US Surgeon General] Murthy told CNN.” CNN

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

Black Lives Matter:

So You Want to Learn About Juneteenth? (Derrick Bryson Taylor, NY Times)

Watch a Never-Before-Aired James Baldwin Interview From 1979 (Adrienne Westenfeld, Esquire)

The Racial Reckoning That Wasn’t (Code Switch)

Black women have always led the fight for reparations. ‘They’re not getting their due,’ historians say. (Hannah Good, The Lily)

Olympic protest ban: ‘My community made me, not my country, not the flag, not the IOC’ (Miriam Walker-Khan< BBC)