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:

  • “With little sign of diplomatic progress, and rhetoric reminiscent of the Cold War, Russia on Tuesday announced a flurry of military drills across its vast territory, spanning from the Pacific Ocean to its western flank around Ukraine. … The announcement, which followed a series of military moves made by the United States and NATO aimed at deterring a Russian incursion into Ukraine, demonstrated the vast reach of the Russian forces and were carried out by units positioned to the north, south and east of Ukraine.” NY Times
  • “The White House is planning a fast, aggressive effort to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court by the end of February and confirm her swiftly thereafter, reflecting the high stakes of the campaign and the pressure to move quickly in today’s polarized environment.” Washington Post
  • “By infecting so many people, Omicron undoubtedly brings us closer to the end of the pandemic, they said. The current surge in infections is falling back, and there is reason to hope that hospitalizations and deaths will follow. … In any case, it is not likely that the coronavirus will ever completely disappear, many scientists said, and herd immunity is now just a dream. The population’s immunity against the virus will be imperfect, for a variety of reasons.” NY Times

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

Racial Equity / BLM:

Opinion: #MitchPlease, Black Americans are Americans (Jonathan Capehart, Washington Post)

I, Too (Langston Hughes)

Climate change, Indigenous community and ESG (Mark Trahant, Indian Country Today)

N.Y. enacts ‘groundbreaking’ law to change how Asian American populations are counted (Sakshi Venkatraman, NBC News)

A whiteness that’s only skin deep (Code Switch)

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