Overturning Roe v. Wade further harms Native women

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


Native Community Organizer Training Participant Q&A

For the Native Organizers Alliance National Native Community Organizer Training in May, 19 participants were brought together in Federal Way, WA for a week of sharpening grassroots organizing skills using traditional Indigenous values. The curriculum is designed to create a foundation for Native power building for social change and strengthening sovereignty. We’ve asked April Fournier… Continue Reading


NOA responds to Biden announcement on treaty protections

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


Native Organizing Alliance Celebrates Restoration of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monuments

WASHINGTON, DC — Friday Oct 8th, 2020 President Biden issued a proclamation confirming the original boundaries of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments in Utah. In reaction to the announcement, Judith LeBlanc, citizen of the Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma and director of the Native Organizing Alliance, issued the following statement:  “President Biden promised to… Continue Reading