‘Black English’: How AAVE Developed From Slave Resistance & African Dialects | The Breakdown

Whether you call it AAVE or Black English or Ebonics, Black people developed a specific way of speaking as a means of resistance. Watch this episode of #TheBreakdown to learn the origins of “Black English”!

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