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:

  • “The Biden administration began “extraordinary measures” Thursday to prevent the federal government from breaching its debt limit and hurtling toward default, a grim scenario with the potential to destabilize markets and devastate the economy.” Washington Post
  • “If Affirmative Action Ends, College Admissions May Be Changed Forever Schools may need to rethink everything, including recruitment, scholarships, standardized testing and alumni preferences.” NY Times
  • “George Santos, the freshman Republican congressman from New York who lied about his biography, has deeper ties than previously known to a businessman who cultivated close links with a onetime Trump confidant and who is the cousin of a sanctioned Russian oligarch, according to video footage and court documents.” Washington Post

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

Equity and Justice:

Opinion: The Kind of Revolution That Martin Luther King Jr. Envisioned (Esau McCaulley, NY Times)

Opinion: The racial reckoning led to lots of talk but little real change (Perry Bacon Jr., Washington Post)

The Relevance of MLK in Indian Country Today (Levi Rickert, Native News Online)

For Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, police violence hits close to home (Libor Any, LA Times)

Exposing the reality about anti-Asian hate in politics (Rummana Hussain, Chicago Sun Times)

But while the racial, ethnic and religious makeup of our elected officials inches toward reflecting the country’s diversity, the terrorizing push-back sanctioned by Donald Trump and other right-wing leaders has become normalized zealotry, fueled by violence and ignorance. More than one in three Americans and more than half of Republicans — 56% — agree that “the traditional American way of life is disappearing so fast” that “force” may be necessary “to save it,” according to 2021 study by Survey Center on American Life.

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