“What, Then, Is Our Task?”
Abstract: This dialogic inquiry broaches something burgeoningsomething brand new and age-oldas we wonder about our tasks as critical scholars in the field of education. Increasingly, education seems awash in a tide of performing deep-feltness as sometimes over-wrought but maybe well-intended White scholars scramble toward Reconciliation. In conversation with each other, we wonder how honest and difficult conversations that surface more truth about our own ancestors could better prepare us to wade through what arises so that we can arrive at a place where reconciliation might be possible.
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