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 and political candidates, proposed policies, and land management.
Get Involved - Share Your Voice - Make Your Voice Count!
Speak your power and #WarriorUp for your community.
- Contact your legislators
- Participate in public testimony opportunities
- Attend community council, school board, or city council meetings
- Support and uplift Alaska Native candidates
- Participate, activate or support grassroots efforts for change
MMIWG VIGIL & HEARTBEAT OF THE DRUMS
Feb 1, 2020 | 12-4pm at the Alaska Native Heritage Center
KOHTR'ELNEYH: REMEMBERING FORWARD
Alaska just transition summit
Jan 8-10, 2020 in Fairbanks, ak
Indigenous Womxn's Gathering
Feb 9, 2020 | 2-6pm
the Native Movement Office in Anchorage, AK
2020 us census starts in toksook bay, ak
Jan 21, 2020 - learn more today!
Our news and events feed is updated regularly on our Facebook page.
NPA Press Release: Response to Gov. Dunleavy’s Vetoes - urges Alaska to contact legislators to override Dunleavy’s vetoes
NPA Press Release: 20 Alaska Native Tribes send joint letter to Bureau of Land Management stating Tribal concerns, ask BLM to collaborate with Tribes and provide balance and protections for Tribal watershed nominations.
NPA Press Release: Dunleavy Declines Alaska Native Tribes request for consultation and establishment of Government-to-Government relations.
NPA co-facilitates Native Issues Forum. Overview of proposed Alaska State Budget and Advocacy Training. Guest speakers: Elizabeth Medicine Crow with First Alaskans Institute and Kendra Kloster with Native Peoples Action. Presentation slides: FY20 Proposed Budget Highlights.
NPA Press Release: NPA releases Community Survey. Survey to determine 1) Community level policy priorities 2) What is working well to uplift Alaska Native well-being, and 3) what could be improved to uplift Alaska Native well-being. The results of this survey will guide NPA’s mission to amplify Alaska Native voices.
We all need to be involved in the decision-making process that affect our Alaskan communities. We know what's best for Alaska Native people is best for all. The next legislative session begins in January - follow NPA to keep up to date on ways you can stay active, involved and informed. NPA initiates and participates in grassroots community organizing, social media awareness campaigns, and direct advocacy on issues that affect rural and Alaska Native populations and communities on local, state and federal levels. Together we can work toward the Alaska we deserve.
Please click HERE for the Alaska Division of Elections results.
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- Alaska Department of Fish and Game: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=process.main
- North Pacific Fisheries Management Council: https://www.npfmc.org/upcoming-council-meetings/
- Federal Subsistence Board: https://www.doi.gov/subsistence/board