The Native Organizers Alliance (NOA) is a left-of-center Native American activist group fiscally sponsored by Alliance for a Just Society, a part of left-wing community organizing group People’s Action.  NOA is a participating member of the left-of-center Climate Justice Alliance and a member of the left-wing Movement Voter Project’s “Native Voter Fund.”  The group is heavily funded by left-of-center interests, including the Tides Nexus and NoVo Foundation.
NOA participates in anti-pipeline activism and get-out-the-vote efforts. In a March 2021 statement on “indigenous sacred places and cultural protections,” NOA calls for “the United States to engage in a Truth and Reconciliation process” for its treatment of Native Americans.  After Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election, left-of-center CNN commentator Van Jones praised NOA and other Native American groups as “responsible” for Biden’s win. 
Organization and Leadership
NOA is fiscally sponsored by the Alliance for a Just Society.  It has conducted annual four-day organizing sessions for Native American community organizers with Alliance for a Just Society since at least 2014. 
Former national vice chair of the Communist Party USA Judith LeBlanc is NOA’s director.  LeBlanc sits on the board of left-of-center Native American activism group NDN Collective and on the board of the Emergent Fund, a project of the center-left Proteus Fund. She is on the advisory council of the left-of-center activism group IllumiNative and was a 2019 Fellow of the left-of-center Roddenberry Foundation.  LeBlanc spoke in opposition to then-President Donald Trump at the January 21, 2017, Women’s March and participated in the anti-pipeline activism at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. 
Native Organizers Alliance is fiscally sponsored by the left-of-center Alliance for a Just Society, a part of the left-wing consortium of community organization groups, People’s Action. NOA routes its public donations through ActBlue and is a member of the left-wing Movement Voter Project’s “Native Voter Fund.” 
NOA was active in the 2020 Census and 2020 and 2018 election cycles.  NOA partnered with Native Votes, holding virtual town halls to mobilize Native American voters ahead of the presidential election and co-sponsored two presidential forums in conjunction with left-of-center Four Directions and other Native American activist organizations.  
After Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election, left-of-center CNN commentator Van Jones praised NOA and other Native American groups, saying they were “responsible” for Biden’s win. 
NOA endorsed Deb Haaland for confirmation as Secretary of the Interior in 2021 and NOA co-sponsored an online petition in support of her nomination with environmental activist organization 350.org.  NOA’s website thanks Sierra Club supporters for their support of Haaland’s confirmation. 
In January 2021, NOA was named as one of the organizations that will play a role in the development of the University of Michigan’s Research for Indigenous Social Action and Equity Center. This center is funded by a $5 million Just Futures Grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. 
NOA has received donations from a number of left-of-center organizations. NOA received $40,000 from the Hidden Leaf Foundation in 2020.  In 2019, NOA received a $45,000 grant from the Tides Center, $25,000 from the Whitman Institute, and $50,000 from the Libra Foundation. 
In 2018, the left-of-center People’s Action Institute paid $391,930 of program expenses and disbursed a $40,000 grant in support of NOA.  In the same year, NOA received a $10,000 grant from the left-leaning Rainforest Action Network to support efforts to stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, $75,000 from left-of-center Novo Foundation through a grant to the People’s Action Institute, and $1,000 from the left-of-center First Nations Development Institute. 
Native Organizers Alliance Action Fund is the 501(c)(4) sister organization to Native Organizers Alliance.