Poet Passionately Explains Why Ebonics Is The Backbone Of Black Culture

October 6, 2015 4:42 PM

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"The native tongue to the underrepresented black American."

Willis explains the cultural significance language has within the black community. In his poem, he uses personal experience and history to teach his audience a lesson on "Ebonics:101."

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