Native Peoples Action strives to provide Alaska Native communities and our traditional values with a voice at all levels of policy making. We will leverage our strong Alaska Native community networks to build a volunteer base to provide confidence, encouragement, and guidance in connecting Alaska Native traditional values, proposed policies, and land management.
NPA Operating Principles
Be involved in the decision-making processes that affect our Alaskan communities and our ways of life.
What is best for Alaska Native people is best for all. NPA initiates and participates in grassroots community organizing, social media awareness campaigns, and direct advocacy organizing on issues that affect Alaska Native populations and communities. We do this on local, state and federal levels. Together we work toward the Alaska that we deserve based in our principles as Alaska Native Peoples.
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- House Bill 38 MMIWG Support Letter
- Press Release: MMIWG2S Vigil & Heartbeat of the Drums
- NPA Support Letter: House Bill 123 - Tribal Recognition
- NPA, Alaska Native Justice Center, Alaska Native Women's Resource Center, Data for Indigenous Justice and Native Movement letter to Sen. Murkowski and Sen. Sullivan in support of Vanita Gupta for Associate Attorney General
- NPA support letter for nomination of Representative Deb Haaland to serve as the Secretary for the Department of the Interior
- NPA Letter to Alaska legislators requesting a bill for MMIWG2S
- Draft Legislation Request to Address the Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit Relatives (MMIWG2S)
- NPA letter to Gov Dunleavy to Support MMIWG2S in Operating Budget