Linguistic Considerations Pertaining to Brown v. Board: Exposing Racial Fallacies in the New Millennium
by John Baugh - 2006
America still struggles with racial reconciliation in our collective quest to level the educational playing field so that talent, rather than privilege, will determine each child’s prospects, regardless of race. This discussion seeks to introduce some neglected linguistic dimensions into this realm, with particular attention to the Brown ruling and the growing linguistic diversity of black America.
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