In the early 2000s, some American Hindus organized to stop perceived discrimination against them in American public school books.
For many Jews, America has been a land of both opportunity and persecution. This ambiguity is reflected in Jewish racial identity.
Buddhists—the majority of the Japanese-American community—were particularly singled out in this period of internment.
As a dual minority in both race and religion, African American Muslims have often been subject to discrimination.
Though small, the Christian Science community in the United States has had many controversial interactions with the legal system.