Although SAGC's first two projects revolve mostly around East Asian experiences, the third one focuses around a larger variety of voices. In the three-part Model Minority Series, Asian women of different cultures speak about how the "model minority" stereotype—i.e. the myth that Asians are more studious, better students, and more successful—is harmful. The implication that Asian-Americans always excel and therefore transcend the struggles of other people of color denies the very real prejudices and bigotry that Asian-Americans face. (It also pits minority communities against each other, which is beneficial to nobody but those in power.) As Part 1 of SAGC's Model Minority project points out, this stereotype also forces Asian-Americans to deny their individual identities to fit into what they feel is acceptable by society's standards. This, in turn, perpetuates the stereotype and culture of passiveness that says that Asians and Asian-Americans don’t do anything but read and study. And while a positive stereotype might not seem like something to get that upset about, it's still very harmful; after all, it's another set of standards to live up to, another confining box.
For Part 2 of the series, SAGC tackles how this stereotype affects Asian-American women specifically, including how expectations to take every AP and honors class offered in high school are damaging. Similarly, if an Asian-American is not pursuing a studious career, they are not considered “Asian"; they're thought to be "white-washed."