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:
- “Long COVID Has Forced a Reckoning for One of Medicine’s Most Neglected Diseases Only a couple dozen doctors specialize in chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Now their knowledge could be crucial to treating millions more patients.” The Atlantic
- “Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech Friday, declaring his annexation of four Ukrainian regions, was likely the most consequential of his nearly 23 years in power. But rather than a clarion call to restore Russian greatness as he clearly intended, the address seemed the bluster and filibuster of a leader struggling to recover his grip — on his war, and his country.” Washington Post
- “The nationwide protests challenging Iran’s authoritarian leadership, now in their 10th day, have fed on a range of grievances: a collapsing economy, brazen corruption, suffocating repression and social restrictions handed down by a handful of elderly clerics. On Monday, they showed no sign of abating, and neither did the harsh government effort to suppress them despite international condemnation.” New York Times
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
Racial Equity and Justice:
The Cherokee Nation is again calling on Congress to deliver on a 200-year-old promise (Harmeet Kaur, CNN)
EPA Launches New National Office Dedicated to Advancing Environmental Justice and Civil Rights (EPA)
On the Front Lines: Street Violence, Gun Culture and Relationships in Communities (Race in America, NBC Bay Area)
Elijah McClain’s death caused by ketamine injection, amended autopsy report says (Deon J. Hampton and Erik Ortiz, NBC News)
Migrant relocations echo a dark past: Reverse Freedom Rides (Code Switch, NPR)
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