This photo essay contains 13 images. There are four references to Catholics, three to Jews, two to Asians and Indians, and one each to blacks, Mormons, and quasi-religious groups.
The two references to Indians are:
The Department of Interior declares many Native American rituals to be "offenses" punishable by jail sentences of up to 30 years. Chief Duck, above, was a member the Blackfoot tribe.
On Dec. 29, soldiers massacred more than 150 Lakota Sioux, including Chief Big Foot, near Wounded Knee Creek in South Dakota.
Odd that Time didn't mention Latinos or immigrants such as the Irish, since those are huge examples of historical prejudice. But okay.
Someone on Facebook said she was "honestly shocked + awed that Indians were included **at all**." My response:
Before it was Indians, blacks, immigrants, Jews, and Commies. Now it's gays, welfare recipients, illegal immigrants, Muslims, and socialists. The labels change but the hate remains the same.
The people in the first group are still hated, of course. As are women, a perennial target.
How about if we round up all the Muslim Americans and put them in concentration camps? That worked for all the Japanese Americans who were terrorizing us during World War II, right? Same problem, same solution.
Don't like that idea? Okay, how about if we march them all to Alaska and hope they die along the way? It worked in the case of the Trail of Tears, right?
For more on the subject, see Yesterday's Cherokees = Today's Muslims and Mosque Celebrates Multiculturalism.
Below: Custer's valiant troops make a last stand against the heathen savages. (This is the illustration for Wounded Knee, but I think it's Custer's Last Stand. The victims at Wounded Knee weren't on horseback.)