Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 9/23/22

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:

  • “Days before the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria killing thousands in Puerto Rico, another storm clobbered the island archipelago this week and set back its halting progress toward modernizing its fragile infrastructure.” Washington Post
  • How Russian Trolls Helped Keep the Women’s March Out of Lock Step As American feminists came together in 2017 to protest Donald Trump, Russia’s disinformation machine set about deepening the divides among them.” NY Times
  • “A dozen Republican candidates in competitive races for governor and Senate have declined to say whether they would accept the results of their contests, raising the prospect of fresh post-election chaos two years after Donald Trump refused to concede the presidency.” Washington Post

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

Racial Equity and Justice:

Governors who shipped migrants North took a page from an old, racist playbook (Ray Ewing, Philadelphia Inquirer)

When Diversity Isn’t the Right Kind of Diversity (Pamela Paul, NY Times)

In the new ‘Little Mermaid,’ Black girls and moms see themselves (Samantha Chery and Anne Branigin, Washington Post)

Indigenous knowledge in food system transformations (Dhanya Vijayan, David Ludwig, Constance Rybak, Harald Kaechele, Harry Hoffmann, Hettie C. Schönfeldt, Hadijah A. Mbwana, Carlos Vacaflores Rivero, and Katharina Löhr, Communications Earth & Environment)

Asian American women fall off by 80% at corporate leadership levels, a new report says (Kimmy Yam, NBC News)

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