Tag: rock your mocs day
Pow wows bridge generation gaps, giving young Natives a chance to spend quality time with their elders.
Photos of Indian country musicians, actors, artists, dancers and writers who participate in rock your mocs day to help Native culture thrive.
Lisa J. Ellwood
Rock Your Mocs Week Starts Now! 'Rock Your Mocs Week 2016 is November 13-19th
8 Funny (but unwritten) Native American Pow Wow Rules! Rule #1 Don't sit in that Elder's Chair!
A look back at the cultural impact that Patricia Michaels, Shoni Schimmel, the Means brothers, Paul Frank designers, and other Natives had in 2013.
Gyasi Ross writes about why he's thankful, and not angry, at Thanksgiving
A video of photographer Anthony 'Thosh' Collins and dancer James Jones dancing in their moccasins on the streets of New York for Rock Your Mocs day
A roundup of the week's news stories in Indian country, including coverage of the White House Tribal Nations Conference and Neshaminy Redskins
Photos pulled from the internet of Native Americans and First Nations people wearing moccasins as a show of Native pride. #RockUrMocs #RockYourMocs
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