33 min

Model Minority Myth Systemic

    • Society & Culture

In 1966 the New York Times wrote an article that first referred to Chinese-Americans as the Model Minority. It explained that during a time when billions were being proposed to uplift the Negro, Chinese-American immigrants were building successful lives all by themselves. With no help. 

This was the beginning of labeling Asian Americans as the Model Minority. In the episode, we talk with Madalyn Metzger about the Model Minority Myth and its effects.

Madalyn serves as the VP of Marketing for Everence Financial. Madalyn also speaks about topics such as anti-racism and DEI. She also previously served as the Board Chair for On Earth Peace and is currently on the Board of Trustees for Manchester University. 

In 1966 the New York Times wrote an article that first referred to Chinese-Americans as the Model Minority. It explained that during a time when billions were being proposed to uplift the Negro, Chinese-American immigrants were building successful lives all by themselves. With no help. 

This was the beginning of labeling Asian Americans as the Model Minority. In the episode, we talk with Madalyn Metzger about the Model Minority Myth and its effects.

Madalyn serves as the VP of Marketing for Everence Financial. Madalyn also speaks about topics such as anti-racism and DEI. She also previously served as the Board Chair for On Earth Peace and is currently on the Board of Trustees for Manchester University. 

33 min

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