Sandy Bigtree and the Indigenous Values Initiative, part 2

Sam Mickey

This week’s episode of Spotlights is the second part of a two-part interview with Sandy Bigtree, a founding board member of the Indigenous Values Initiative. She discusses more about her work fostering connections and collaboration between the academic community and the Haudenosaunee, beginning with reflections on the ongoing impact of the Doctrine of Discovery issued in 1493.

More information about indigenous religion and ecology can be found on the Forum on Religion and Ecology website by navigating here.

You can watch the episode below or listen to it here.

An archive of previous episodes can be found here, with audio versions available here.