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Some linguistic experts-- I just think this is a subtle form
of racism. That's my personal belief, and again you see me being
Would there be any value, say for a youngster in pre-school, who
has grown up learning English under these restricted circumstances and
where verbs are abused and indefinite articles are in strange places,
in some sort of a transition, where just to say a Spanish speaking kid
would be taught English, but starting through the Spanish language?
Well, I guess that's the way you'd teach languages.
How else would you communicate with a kid of four?
But I don't think that's to be confused with the so- called
Because Black English, they want to make that almost a separate
That's right. And it seems to me that Black English is a
manifestation of educational separation.
And eventually it would be vocational separation.
Absolutely. There's an ad on radio now that's trying to sell
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