Minorities often receive increased scrutiny at work, because they stand out from the crowd. If they get hired in the first place because they are believed to be incapable. I myself have been the victim of many acts of hatred in Utah, subtle slights and racial slurs whilst living here.
Native Americans have gotten the short end of the stick throughout the history of the United States. An example of this can be found in the state of Utah, where racism against the tribes there is a rampant issue. This racism can manifest itself in both subtle and not-so-subtle ways, but no matter how the people of Utah choose to exercise their hatred of Native Americans, it is a pervasive issue in that state.
I think Native Americans all across the US, not just in Utah, have often been the victims of racism. History is dotted with the horrible treatment of our native peoples, and many of those same laws are still on the books today.... and enforced... even though we may not realize that our county governments are doing it.
Native Americans who have had hteir land taken from them are still suffering from racism that has existed for several generations. Not only this but they face discrimination in the work place by having possibly foreign sounding names, as well as a darker skin complexion. They even face racial discrimination by having to constantly endure the stereotypes that are broadcasted with popular culture.
I do not believe that there is a lot of prejudice against anybody of the Mongoloid race in Utah. Why would there be? Most of the Mongoloids in Utah are fine upstanding people and the Mongoloid race has been entrenched in the region for centuries. People need to look elsewhere for hate.