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.
NPA released an online community survey to gather information about the following: 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. Take community survey for a chance to win a FREE NPA sweater! Survey open until April 22nd.
Take survey here.
Our news and events feed is updated regularly on our Facebook page - please visit us HERE!
NPA Press Release: Dunleavy Declines Alaska Native Tribes request for consultation and establishment of Government-to-Government relations. See more in Press Release: Dunleavy Declines Tribes - NPA PR
NPA co-facilitates Native Issues Forum. Topic: Overview of proposed Alaska State Budget and Advocacy Training. Rewatch here! Guest speakers: Elizabeth Medicine Crow with First Alaskans Institute and Kendra Kloster with Native Peoples Action. Presentation slides: FY20 Proposed Budget Highlights.
Press Release: No More Invisible Victims. Alaska Native Organizations are urging Governor Dunleavy to take action to protect Alaska Native Women and Girls. Letter to Governor here. Press Release here. Facebook post here.
Regarding Gov. Dunleavy's proposed FY2020 budget: "Alaska Native voices will help shape our budget and our policies as we continue to exercise our voices and stand up for our traditional ways of life. We need to ensure our budget is representative of all the people, in rural and urban Alaska, and create a prosperous future in Alaska for our kids and our grandkids." - Kendra Kloster
Election Message from our Executive Director, Kendra Kloster: “Congratulations to all the candidates who ran great campaigns and to those heading to Juneau and DC to represent the people. I hope we can come together and work towards increasing public safety, a robust education system in rural and urban Alaska, ensure affordable healthcare is available, and address our fiscal situation.”
Please click HERE for the Alaska Division of Elections results.
Help give a voice to our traditional values. Help uplift our people and support our ways of life by taking a stand, working together and mobilizing action.
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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