This is a genuine Y/N question, I mean no disrespect. I feel like the answer should be yes, since Jews don't get a lot of representation and make up 2% of the US population, 0.2% of the world. However, I only ever see people specify groups like "Black, Latine, LGBTQ+," etc, when referring to underrepresented minorities. I'm looking at scholarships and don't want to apply to one that I don't qualify for.
Underrepresented minorities are generally classified on the basis of race/ethnicity/gender and not on the basis of religion (I haven't seen any exception to this yet). From a general standpoint, being white means you're not underrepresented. There might be scholarships specifically based on religion and if that's the case, it'll be mentioned in the eligibility criteria.
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