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Everyday African American Vernacular English is a dialect born from conflict and creativity

By Walter Edwards, Professor of English, Wayne State University
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African American Vernacular English is a stigmatized dialect that is still ridiculed in education and the workplace. Its speakers are coherent and intelligent communicators, but remain disadvantaged.The Conversation


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