Our vision centers on culturally vibrant and politically organized voices of Native Communities.

Our Mission

The Native Voice Network is a collaborative network of Native American families and organizations that mobilize through indigenous cultural values to inspire positive change in our communities.

Our Values

Honesty
Transparency
Integrity
Respect
Relationships
Culture
Giving Back
Responsibility
Reciprocity
Redistribution

We Are a Collaborative Network

The Native Voice Network is a collaborative network of Native American families and organizations that mobilize through Indigenous cultural values to inspire positive change in our communities. We value relationship building across organizations so our collective strength can create connections and greater impact throughout our Native communities.

The Native Voice Network was established in late 2012 with five founding members and has since grown to more than 40 member organizations. It is a member-driven network, flexible and fluid in infrastructure, and united in shared vision, mission and values. Its membership base across the country has been pivotal around the fight for a number of issues including Environmental Justice, Indigenous Education, Tribal Sovereignty, Voting Rights, Indigenous Peoples Day, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Divestment, and more.

The Native Voice Network is comprised of a diverse membership base that includes grassroots community organizations, large-scale American Indian Centers, integrated-voter engagement organizations, national Native American intermediary organizations, and more. NVN member organizations have diverse areas of interest and represent both urban and rural Tribal communities. Its membership spans 12 states, and includes a number of national organizations.