In October, Native Organizers Alliance (NOA) brought together 23 amazing Native community organizers from 14 different tribes, working in 9 different states and 10 organizations.
Aug 7 – 13, 2021 Denver, CO This past year and a half has been one of both tremendous tragedy and hope. We’ve learned many lessons from the efforts to build Native power, defend sovereignty, and honor our relationships and responsibilities in our respective communities. It is the right moment to pause and share experiences… Continue Reading
The Native Organizers Alliance is honored to stand in unity with all those who are making a commitment to Mother Earth by pledging a “Promise to Protect”. Guided by on the ground leadership and vision, NOA has been helping to create the training program for the upcoming “Promise to Protect Training Tour” “Today, a coalition… Continue Reading
The Native Organizers Alliance will hold our 5th annual Native Organizers Training in August 2016.APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR 2016!Signup for updates so you don’t miss upcoming training opportunitiesThe training is geared to Natives organizing in Indian Country, in rural, reservation or urban communities. It is a four-day intensive workshop that covers building people-power, campaign planning, community led… Continue Reading
Sponsored by Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands (REDOIL), the Indigenous Leadership Institute (ILI) and the Native Organizers Alliance (NOA). Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands (REDOIL), Indigenous Leadership Institute (ILI), and Native Organizers Alliance (NOA) will host the first ever Alaska Native Organizers Training this fall in Anchorage! This is a four day intensive workshop… Continue Reading
Thirty organizers and activists from across Indian Country came together in Seattle in June for a special training opportunity hosted by the Native Organizers Alliance: the annual intensive four-day Native Organizing Training. Grassroots organizing is both an art and a science. In Indian Country, the art of organizing is reflected in the Native-led action against… Continue Reading