STUDY: White Students See Asian-Americans as More Competent Than Blacks, Latinos
Researchers find that some students at prestigious universities subscribe to stereotypes that can impact everything from the workforce to the voting booth.
Dear White People's Naomi Ko: 'People Don't Think Asian-Americans Are Capable of Protest'
The Korean-American actress wants to challenge the model minority myth.
The Problem With Time Magazine's New Take on Asian-Americans in Tech
How Time acknowledged but ended up succumbing to the pitfalls of writing about Asian-Americans in the U.S.
Asians Have Not Become White, No Matter What Google's Diversity Data Says
Scot Nakagawa doubles down on why the model minority myth is so destructive.
Wanted: Disgruntled Asian-Americans to Attack Affirmative Action
An anti-affirmative action crusader makes an appeal to Asian-Americans to sue colleges over their admissions policies.
The Economic Truth About the 'Model Minority'
Recent history underscores the fact that we can't make smart economic decisions based on wrongheaded stereotypes.
Here's Why That Asian Privilege Hashtag Is So Problematic
Adriel Luis complicates things over on Medium.
Asian Americans Finally in Commercials -- As Tech Geeks
The Washington Post reports on a growing trend that's playing off of old stereotypes.
Top CFDA Fashion Awards Go to Three Asian Americans
Shifts in immigration and labor policy may be at the heart of the new trends.