To what extent are Euro-Western research methodologies relevant to people that were formerly colonised, historically marginalised, or previously oppressed? It is argued by Chilisa (2011) and other cited by her, that Euro-Western research methodologies do not embrace indigenous knowledge production or systems; instead these methodologies often disconnects, exclude and silence. The colonialised ‘Other’ includes broad categories such as: non-Western, third world, developing, underdeveloped, First Nations, indigenous peoples, third world women, and African American women. What is needed is an emancipation form generations of being silenced; being reduced to captive minds; being stripped of ancestral culture and replaced by Euro-Western culture; argues Chilisa (2011). What is needed is research methodologies that are not perpetuating binary opposites of superior versus inferior; of sameness and ‘Othering’. The researcher must fulfil the role of provocateur and of transformative healer.