Judith Le Blanc

Judith225x300 Judith has been an organizer, journalist and public spokesperson on issues of economic, social and racial justice for four decades. In the early 1970s, Judith went to work on behalf of the Wounded Knee Defense/Offense Committee at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota during a time of immense upheaval in that community. In 2002, Judith became a nationally recognized organizer and leader in the U.S. peace movement — a central organizer for numerous campaigns and mobilizations as a national co-chair and elected leader of United for Peace and Justice and as National Field Director of Peace Action. Judith is an enrolled member of the Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma. She lives in Harlem, New York.


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Indian People’s Action Conducts Youth Training

The Native Organizers Alliance (NOA), a network of grassroots Indian groups, is only as strong as its local affiliates. In Montana, we’re proud to have Indian People’s Action (IPA) in the NOA! IPA has a long history of grassroots organizing in Montana with significant victories over the past two years on voting rights, health care, […]

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“Feeding Ourselves” Connects Native American Health Disparities and Federal Policies

In 1940, diabetes among Native Americans was almost unknown. The disease began appearing in the 1950s and expanded until during the 1960s it became a common condition. Today, nearly every Native American is involved either personally with diabetes, or has family and friends with diabetes, According to a new report released today, Diabetes has been […]