National Native org says decision violates a “sacred right”Washington, DC —Native Organizers Alliance responds to the decision by the Supreme Court tooverturn Roe v. Wade. The following statement from Judith LeBlanc, executive director ofNative Organizers Alliance, can be quoted in-full or in-part. “Overturning Roe v. Wade is another blow to the sovereignty of Native women… Continue Reading
The Biden administration is set to announce a memorandum of understanding from 18 federal agencies to protect tribal treaty rights. The MOU’s from the departments of Agriculture, Defense, Commerce, Education, Energy, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Justice, Labor, Transportation, Veterans Affairs, State, and the Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Personnel Management, the Advisory… Continue Reading
The 2020 election is an inflection point to further build Native peoples’ visibility and political power by ensuring that Native voices are heard. Our communities have untapped power because of our history, our ancestors—we must use it in many ways from the streets to the ballot box. Our collective power is necessary to move our… Continue Reading
Join the Native Organizers Alliance, Indigenous Environmental Network, Indigenous Peoples Power Project and 10 Standing Rock high school students at Noon Oct 27 at the Brooklyn Promenade at the end of Pierre Street for a water ceremony. Hillary Clinton-Stand with Standing Rock We, the young people of Oceti Sakowin, the Seven Council Fires, and the… Continue Reading
Washington, D.C. – After the disappointing decision by a federal judge on Friday to deny an injunction protecting Native lands threatened by the Dakota Access Pipeline, the Obama administration issued a statement halting pipeline construction. The statement is welcomed by the thousands of Native and non-Native activists who have gathered in protest against the project.