Part of an ongoing series of writings began in 2012, this chapter proposes Decolonial Questioning as a methodology that aims to mobilize intergenerational white settler responsibility in the cultural sector. Committed to furthering decolonizing methodologies that contribute to unsettling contemporary settler colonial systems, structures and attitudes, Carla Taunton and Leah Decter specifically expand on a framework of questioning that will guide and support white settler artists, curators, writers and other cultural workers. They situate these methodologies as complementary practices or Critical White Settler Projects that work in conversation with Indigenous methodologies towards the goals of Indigenous-led movements.