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This is the language of African-Americans in North America. It is also known as Ebonics.
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African American Vernacular English
A general description of African American English (Ebonics), including examples of vocabulary, grammar, and phonology.
American Dialect Society: Links
A list of links to Web sources on Black English.
The Creole Origins of AAVE: Evidence from Copula Absence
A paper by John R. Rickford of Stanford University on African American Vernacular English.
Seven Uncle Remus tales are given with analysis and context.
Writings on the Ebonics Issue
A collection of John Rickford's writings on Ebonics.
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