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Ebonics: Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, U.S. Senate
Arlen Specter (ed.). Ebonics is a term derived from ebony, black, & phonics, sound, coined in 1973 by Dr. Robert Williams. Ebonics refers to an African-American speech pattern. Linguistics experts have long debated whether ebonics constitutes a dialect, a language, or vernacular speech. There is a very considerable Federal appropriations involvement because of very substantial Funds which are available on education if it is decided that ebonics is a separate language. Includes testimony of numerous witnesses involved with this issue in public schools, academic studies, & other spheres.
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