The Native Organizers Alliance is a training and organizing network dedicated to building the capacity of Native tribes, traditional societies, and community groups to make transformational change. It also provides a forum for Native leaders and organizers to work in collaboration with each other and promote their work with non-Native national allies.
The Native Organizers Alliance (NOA) supports grassroots-driven social change rooted in Native traditional practices and values to advance sovereignty and the health and wellbeing of rural and urban Native communities and reservations across Indian Country.
Our latest campaign is a partnership with IllumiNative to empower Native participation in the 2020 election. Natives Vote is a campaign designed to educate Native peoples on how to get registered and what issues are at stake.
Under this campaign, we are commissioning art from at least 50 Native artists including a collaboration between fashion designer Bethany Yellowtail and Steven Paul Judd with a line of apparel available at B. Yellowtail.com
Look for the virtual town halls we are streaming on Facebook about the importance of voting and representation on Sept. 22, National Voter Registration Day, and Oct. 14.