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Spin The Wheel of Power & Privilege [Marginalization & Intersectionality]


Sylvia Duckworth's illustration of Wheel of Power/Privilege can help us get a more intricate visualization of what the term “marginalization;" the further you are from power, the more ignored and unimportant you feel. However, as you try to place yourself in the different categories, notice how your level of power/marginalization shifts between categories. A different way to interpret this illustration is through an intersectionality lens (coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw).

Do you think there are categories missing?

What do you think about the categories that are depicted here?





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kalansari1
02 may

Religion and Marital status are missing.

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ampere.mild0x
08 mar

More like the Wheel of Judgment and Division.

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John Neild
John Neild
31 ene

This is about punishing those who work hard and achieve, and rewarding those who do nothing.

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John Neild
John Neild
31 ene

So, one person comes from poverty and works hard their whole life and has a nice car and home and a bank account. Another person chooses to do nothing and live on welfare their whole life. Their lives should be equal? One is considered "privileged," and that's wrong and shouldn't be allowed? This is Communist divine and conquer. This is evil thinking.

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John Neild
John Neild
31 ene

"Divide and conquer." This is a tool used by Communist to take control. Divide. That's all this is. Plain and simple. The playing field is level. What you achieve in life is totally up to you. Sure, some people are born with more than others but the opportunity is there for everyone. It's up to the individual as it should be.

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