Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 11/2/18

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 week before high-stakes midterm elections, President Trump and his allies are zeroing in on immigration in what critics describe as a series of stunts aimed at rallying his base. Recent moves to send more troops to the US-Mexico border, possibly overhaul asylum policy and rethink birthright citizenship are political ploys with dangerous implications, immigrant and civil rights advocates warned Tuesday.” CNN
  • Eleven people are dead and six more are wounded — including four police officers — after a mass shooting at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood Saturday morning.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  • President Trump lashed out anew Monday at the news media, calling it “the true Enemy of the People,” and he again blamed what he called “fraudulent” reporting for anger that has led to a spate of recent violence in the country.” Washington Post

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

  • BoardSource: Just because #nonprofits can’t endorse candidates, that doesn’t mean you can’t advocate for the causes that are important to you. In fact, you SHOULD be advocating for them. Learn more at #S4YM
  • CalNonprofits: Nonprofits have a powerful role to play in the election next week. Here’s 5 quick ways your nonprofit can help! Ca #VoteWithYourMission #Voting #GOTV
  • Gene: What to Expect After the 2018 Midterms [Independent Sector]
  • Judy Belk: I’m talking about money! Read my latest rant in @SSIReview on wielding philanthropic power with accountability!
  • Perlman and Perlman: @kareniwu shares developments on #governance #accounting #riskmanagement from state #attorneysgeneral and #charityofficials at the 2018 NAAG/NASCO Conference – Update on the State Charity Regulatory Landscape – Perlman and Perlman
  • B Corporation: Top 10 Takeaways From the 2018 B Corp Champions Retreat: Annual Gathering Offers Reasons to Hope for Entrepreneurs Building Businesses for Good
  • Jay Coen Gilbert: The Elections, The Politics of Division, And The Business of Inclusion via Forbes
  • Independent Sector: .@DanCardinali reflects on recent instances of deadly violence & reminds us of four ways we, as members of civil society, can turn the tide to ensure that our communities are free from fear, violence, & hatred. #VoicesforGood Getting Beyond Condolences to Action
  • Rev. Dr. Barber: I’m reminded of what Dr. King said after four little girls were murdered in an Alabama church: “we must be concerned not merely about who murdered them, but about the system, the way of life, the philosophy which produced the murderer.”
  • U.S. EEOC: Although boards are not generally involved in day-to-day leadership and management of organizations, @BoardSource CEO Anne Wallested, says boards do have a unique role in addressing workplace harassment. #StopHarassment

Themed Media Selection:

Trump Ad Conflating Caravan Migrants with Convicted Cop-Murderer Condemned as Racist (Newsweek)