Research of Ebonics Languages
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Ebonics language in education remains one of the most controversial topics in American history. Although used by almost 13.4 percent of its population, Ebonics is not recognized as a distinct language. Failure to recognize it as an independent language has stifled efforts to ensure equity in education access, career progression, and protection from law enforcement agency crime profiling. This paper aims to examine litigation on Ebonics language and its effects in the education sector.