TLF ID M025855
People have different privileges and biases. While we may be born into certain privileges, we may also develop biases as we age and through the people we spend time with. The majority culture within a population has a certain privilege that comes from being part of the majority, and this often leads to "marginalisation" of the minority. To be marginalised is to be treated as if you are less important, or "outside the margins". Why do you think there are different versions of history? How would you feel if your own history or culture was marginalised at school? What might be the impacts of this?