Invisible Ink finds that news coverage of Asian Americans was so sparse it was as if it was written in invisible ink. Given the power of the media to shape the perceptions and decisions of philanthropy, policymakers, and other key decision-makers, it is critical for news media to accurately and robustly include AAPI people in the course of covering the full spectrum of issues, including economic inequality. Coverage reinforced underlying themes of the model minority myth, and news coverage focused on Pacific Islanders was virtually non-existent.