On January 9, 1966, sociologist William Petersen's "Success Story: Japanese-American Style" introduced a new stereotype of Asian Americans as the "Model Minority." Since then, the image of the “Model Minority” has cemented a rigid impression of Asian Americans as educated, successful, assimilated, hard-working, and family oriented. While it may seem like a “positive” stereotype, we are not all the same, and the term is inaccurate and damaging. It makes Asian Americans who don’t fit the stereotype invisible. It also holds up Asian Americans as the standard for all minority groups, pitting us against one another. Stand up against the Model Minority Myth. #RemodelMinority.