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:
- “Alone and Exploited, Migrant Children Work Brutal Jobs Across the U.S. Arriving in record numbers, they’re ending up in dangerous jobs that violate child labor laws — including in factories that make products for well-known brands like Cheetos and Fruit of the Loom.” NY Times
- “Eli Lilly said it is slashing the prices of commonly prescribed insulin drugs by 70 percent while capping related out-of-pocket costs at $35 a month, a move meant to help address long-standing concerns about the high cost of diabetes care. … “Last year, I signed a law to cap insulin at $35 for seniors and I called on pharma companies to bring prices down for everyone on their own. Today, Eli Lilly did that,” Biden said in a statement.” Washington Post
- “When he made his surprise wartime trip to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv last week, President Biden reassured that country with great confidence that “the Americans stand with you.” But the question that remains unanswered is: For how long?” NY Times
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
Equity and Justice:
It’s Time to Shift from Transactional DEI to Transformational Race Equity Work (Kerrien Suarez, Rwuiy in the Center)
Any organization that has an inclusive and equitable workplace culture knows that it takes time and that ‘consciousness raising’ is one small part of the effort to sharpen analysis of issues and implement robust solutions.
Murder in Big Horn (Showtime, series)
Murder in Big Horn Isn’t Your Typical True Crime Story (Laura Zornosa, Time)
Black History’s Family Tree (Code Switch, podcast)
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