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Native American Heritage Month: Rock Your Mocs

According to Facebook, Rock Your Moc's is an up and coming nonprofit organization that's "still in the thinking stage." As a way to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, the group encouraged everyone the world over to rock their mocs—or moccasins—today wherever they went.

"Why? To show everyone that us as Native Americans are still around," says a poster announcing the event. The group has garnered more than 2,700 likes on its Facebook page and had some supportive comments about creating the event, now in its second year.

People were rocking their mocs across the country. Facebook commenters were saying they participated in California, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Florida, Arizona, Alaska, Colorado, Massachusetts, and even Canada.

The artwork created by Bunky Echo-Hawk at the Flame of Hope Gala and given to SMSC for their $50,000 donation.

The artwork created by Bunky Echo-Hawk at the Flame of Hope Gala and given to SMSC for their $50,000 donation.

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