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SUBMITTED BY Jo Leiba-Jack

We open when we get together on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning I prepare a nice breakfast and open the rest of our gifts together.

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Rock Your Mocs

SUBMITTED BY Danielle Benally

#Rock Your Mocs
#RYM2019

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SUBMITTED BY Audriana

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SUBMITTED BY Latonya Thompson

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SUBMITTED BY MVPass Gillis

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SUBMITTED BY Natalie Nez

Moccasin Day at work! Native American Month 👍😍 Very comfortable too 😁

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SUBMITTED BY Michele Ayala

My daughter's Isis & Lila Ayala proudly "Rocked their Moccs" in Shiprock, NM for Native American Heritage Month at Atsa Biyaazh Community School/Northwest Mid School. (Shiprock Associated School Inc.)

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SUBMITTED BY Amanda

My daughter (22 months) and I rocked our mocs on the 15th of November.

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SUBMITTED BY LMarie Brown

Proud to be Indigenous. ❤

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How to make frybread

SUBMITTED BY Arianna Narcia

Frybread
First make your dough.Make your dough out of flour,warm water and baking powder.Once done with your mixing all your mixing.Put your pan up,make sure to put your oil in and let pot sit their for awhile to get hot or warm.Once warm get an good size ball of dough and start flipping your dough to a circle.Once in a circle lightly put in your hot pot.Give it about 2 to 3 mins on each side to get nice and golden.If put is very hot leave 1 to 2 mins on each side to get golden.Make sure to keep a close eye on your bread so does not burn.Once nice and golden take out let oil drip off and put in pot.Repeat the same thing from when your pot is warm and getting a good size half of dough.Once dough is almost gone enjoy your freshly warm frybread

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Rock Your Mocs

SUBMITTED BY Bernina

Rocking my mocs on 11-15-19
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SUBMITTED BY Marshall

Rock my mocs in this game of life

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SUBMITTED BY Jaylene

Rockin My Mocs 2019

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SUBMITTED BY Amanda Lincoln

I have been a kindergarten teacher in Bluff and Montezuma Creek Elementary for the last 10 years. Iove my job, the children, and the Navajo culture! I am rocking my Mocs from head to toe!

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SUBMITTED BY Ani Begay Auld

Taken at the US Capitol lawn. DC DINÉ Women from IHS & BIA.

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SUBMITTED BY Ani Begay Auld

On top of BIA HQ. My best friend is also in the picture & is half Diné, half Sioux

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SUBMITTED BY Ani Begay Auld

Taken by the reflection pond by BIA HQ, Washington DC

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SUBMITTED BY Dionna A. Comanche

School Social Worker, rocking my Mocs at work on 11-15-19.

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SUBMITTED BY Laura Givens

rocking the mocs in the PNW ☔️

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SUBMITTED BY Veronica Johnson

Rocking my Mocs with the Duke City skyline in the background.

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SUBMITTED BY Sheree-Ashley Tso

Rock Your Mocs!

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SUBMITTED BY Felicia Tsosie

Bian ( pronounced beyon) and Danay (pronounced deny) are fraternal twins. They turn 6 on November 21. They take so much joy in being Navajo. Always asking questions and wanting to learn new things. They are half Navajo and half Mexican.

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Rock Your Mocs

SUBMITTED BY Lucia Chee

Pinon CCDF

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SUBMITTED BY Krys

Rockin my Mocs

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SUBMITTED BY Twynoya Henry

My sisters, niece and I after my graduation at Fort Lewis College. April 2019.

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