Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 3/16/18

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:

  • President Trump on Tuesday ousted his secretary of state, Rex W. Tillerson, extending a shake-up of his administration, 14 months into his tumultuous presidency, and potentially transforming the nation’s economic and foreign policy.” NY Times
  • “The Trump administration on Thursday imposed fresh financial sanctions on Russian government hackers and spy agencies to punish Moscow for interfering in the 2016 presidential election, and for a cyberattack against Ukraine and other countries last year that officials have characterized as “the most destructive and costly” in history.” Washington Post

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

  • Ellen Aprill: GOP’s new tax law encourages campaign donor secrecy The Hill
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: “We know that the House is pushing to include anti-Johnson Amendment language as a rider…” NPQ
  • CalNonprofits: Californians from across the state are joining our webinar conference on Monday at 11am with Pam David and Dr. Manuel Pastor….There’s still some space to register, but hurry! Zoom #CaLeg #California #Nonprofits #Advocacy #Community #Immigration
  • CompassPoint: Equity, diversity, and inclusion are about Justice! Great resource from Greenlining
  • NCRP: Asking the right questions: How #philanthropy can make a difference in challenging times
  • Gene: Ties That Bind: Organisational Security for Civil Society – a look at how civil society can strengthen their digital security. Download Report or Executive Summary at The Engine Room
  • Rick Moyers: Passing this on via @BoardSource blog: “The For-Profit and Nonprofit Sectors are Converging: What Are the Implications for You?”
  • Kiera Feldman: Now you can do people search in 990s THIS IS THE BEST Pro Publica
  • National Council of Nonprofits: 5 mistakes your #nonprofit does not want to make when investigating #Sexualharassment
  • National Geographic: “It’s hard for an individual—or a country—to evolve past discomfort if the source of the anxiety is only discussed in hushed tones.” For Decades, Our Coverage Was Racist. To Rise Above Our Past, We Must Acknowledge It  NationalGeographic

Themed Media Selection:

The Student Walkout Against Gun Violence, in Photos (The Atlantic)