We looked inside some of the tweets by @YWTrust and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Thank you @YWTrust for the sister solidarity & much needed direct funding you gave to the young women we support without recourse to funds- the relief your funding brought to the those young women is immeasurable💓 https://t.co/vboi6M2fvK
“Before this crisis began, young women were already contributing at least £140bn a year to the UK economy in unpaid work." - @joelondon76 Read this important piece by @MayaOppenheim featuring one of our young women, Alisha*, who shares her story. https://t.co/DGRQO4I03X
We hear & acknowledge the pain & grief caused by horrific recent events and years of discrimination. We commit to work hard and continue to do everything in our power to listen, offer a platform to and amplify the voices of Black women. #BlackOutTuesday #TrustInWomen #SayHerName https://t.co/sAkeFMtTJz
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NEW: "Being Black means not knowing if you're gonna return home alive that day." — America, we hear you, we see you, because we Brits feel your pain too. Here are some of the words I managed to get out on paper. Rest in Power George Floyd 🌹https://t.co/U2jekNKzmR