Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/22/21

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:

“Republicans on Wednesday blocked action for the third time this year on legislation to bolster voting rights, leaving Democrats few options to advance the bill outside of changing the Senate filibuster rule and passing it over G.O.P. opposition.” NY Times“The Biden administration released several reports Thursday about climate change and national security, laying out in stark terms the ways in which the warming world is beginning to significantly challenge stability worldwide.” NY Times“The Biden administration moved Monday to regulate a group of long-lasting, human-made chemicals that pose health risks to millions of Americans, even as they continue to be used in an array of products such as cosmetics, dental floss, food packaging, clothing and cleaning supplies.” Washington Post

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

BDONonprofit: There are many factors that nonprofits must consider as they look ahead to 2022. Read our latest blog post for strategic insights on everything from remote management to succession planning: #Nonprofits #NonprofitLinda Rosenthal: CA Legislative Wrap-Up: Nonprofits & Charitable TrustsAdler & Colvin: Read our latest blog post on “New Law in California Addressing Online Charitable Fundraising Platforms” by Shirley McLaughlin and Emily ChanLeigh Tucker: Six ways #nonprofit leaders can support their boards to become more inclusive and diverse: via @Candid_LearningKarl Mill: Buried in this new blog post are valuable lessons about political activity by 501(c)(3)’s and establishing for-profit and non-profit affiliates. That is not why I enjoyed writing it so much. Another cautionary tale if you enjoy that sort of thing. Yet More 501(c)(3) Denials: Multilevel Marketing EditionFor Purpose Law Group: Commercial Co-Ventures for CA Nonprofits: RevisitedEllis Carter: This week is International Charity Fraud Awareness Week. We all need to stay on top of the ever-changing schemes to trick donors, charities, and their advisors out of money and data. #charityfraud #missionpossibleNonprofit Quarterly: Editor’s Choice: A Global Climate Justice Movement, Land Back, and more from this week: of Philanthropy: “Funders need to start thinking about integrating a climate lens to everything that they do, because if a climate-related disaster happens, all of the previous investments that they’ve made will go to waste.” Wildfires, Climate Change, and How Philanthropy Can Make a Difference: an Interview With Alan KwokMackeyRMS: Concerns about #greenwashing have grown as #sustainablefinance has gone mainstream. More from @seremony on @FT. Investor scepticism on ESG points to a maturing market

Racial Equity / BLM:

Othering & Belonging Institute

2021 Othering & Belonging Conference: Risk and the Courage to Bridge

Upswell Summit 2021: Dr. Gail Christopher, john a. powell, Uma Viswanathan, and Dan Cardinali

Upswell Summit 2021: Rev. Branden Polk, Antong Lucky, and Dr. Buster Soaries, Jr.

Moving from Intention to Impact: Funding Racial Equity to Win (PolicyLink)

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