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special  · 20 Feb 2024

Eve Reyes-Aguirre: Environment & Creation

Episode 6 Doctrine of Christian Discovery Podcast Special Season

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We begin this episode with a land acknowledgement. The podcast explores how a centuries-old Christian doctrine encouraged conquest and colonization of non-Christians – and how its legacies still affect various lands and peoples. Special guest: Eve Reyes-Aguirre, community organizer with Tonatierra.

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Show Notes

  • Indigenous rights, workers’ rights, and the Doctrine of Discovery. 0:03
  • Indigenous rights and worker protections in Phoenix. 4:02
  • Labor exploitation and advocacy for farmworkers. 9:20
  • Indigenous rights and colonialism at a UN conference. 17:55
  • Indigenous rights, climate change, and violence against women. 24:08
  • Missing Indigenous women and femicide. 31:16



  • Hosts: Mitch and Tanner Randall, Good Faith Media.
  • Executive producers: Mitch Randall, Good Faith Media; Philip P. Arnold and Sandy Bigtree, Indigenous Values Initiative; and Adam DJ Brett, Syracuse University and American Indian Law Alliance.
  • Producer: Cliff Vaughn.
  • Editor: David Pang.
  • Music: Pond5.
  • Production Assistance: American Indian Law Alliance.
  • Sponsors: The Henry Luce Foundation; Syracuse University; Indigenous Values Initiative; American Indian Law Alliance; American Indian Community House; Good Faith Media; Tonatierra; and Toward Our Common Public Life. We appreciate your support.


Mitch and Tanner Randall, “Eve Reyes-Aguirre: Environment & Creation,” Doctrine of Christian Discovery (Podcast), February 20, 2024.

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