top of page

Roeliff Jansen Historical Society Presents:

What is a land acknowledgement? What is tribal allyship? And why are they important? The presentation on Sunday, March 17, organized by Copake’s Mohican Allyship Committee, will briefly explore some of the history that predates Copake’s founding before bringing the conversation back to present day Copake residents and contemporary Mohicans. Inviting us to consider what our current relationships are with the original people of the land and their contemporary descendants, the program asks, “How might we bring our relationships into greater alignment with our principles and values?”

Learn about the history of the "People of the waters that are never still": 

 the Stockbridge-Munsee Community Band of Mohican Indians - 

 an important website recommended by the Mohican Allyship:

65 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

The Rent War: Crusaders or Criminals?

An illustrated talk by Jill Knapp Author of The Time for Redemption Sunday, April 28 starting at 2 PM At The Roeliff Jansen Historical Society 8 Miles Road, Copake Falls, N.Y.  DIRECTIONS Even after t


bottom of page