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Minority may refer to:
- The state or period before a person comes of legal age, majority or adulthood. In that sense see: Minor (law), Age of majority, Legal age, Infancy and Majority.
- Minority government
- Minority group (sub-group of the total population). See also Dominant minority
- Minority leader
- Minority Party (disambiguation)
- Minority rights
- Opposition (politics), the political-official minority in a democratically-organised entity
- Two-party system
Anthropology and language
- Minority (philosophy), concept coined by philosopher Gilles Deleuze
- "Minority" (Gigi Gryce song), a 1953 jazz standard
- "Minority" (Green Day song), a 2000 punk rock song
- "Minority", a song by the English anarcho-punk band the Subhumans from their 1983 album The Day the Country Died
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