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Rachael, Katelyn, Pam and Matt take up Sara Ahmed’s (2012) concepts of fleeting encounters and brick walls as they reflect on the feminist and decolonizing nature of their work. This paper is the product of months of conversation between the co-authors. Through the use of autoethnographical and participatory approaches, the authors seek to invite the reader into a co-constructed space where mutual support and inspiration shape the future actions of the participants as they grapple with their ethical responsibilities as learners and educators.
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