By by Joseph Cheah. A comprehensive analysis of anti-Asian racism, told from a Catholic perspective. Includes relevant Catholic Social Teaching documents, comparing and contrasting the Asian experience with anti-Black racism. The heart of the book is structured around three major stereotypes: perpetual foreigner, Yellow Peril, and the myth of the model minority. These are examined from the perspectives of history, Asian American Studies, Asian American marginal theology, biblical studies, and Catholic Social Teaching. Read more.