Ebonics: The True Language of Black Folks. Front Cover. Robert Lewis Williams. Institute of Black Studies, – African Americans – pages. Get this from a library! Ebonics: the true language of Black folks. [Robert L Williams;]. The term Ebonics was coined by Robert Williams, a black psychologist, in at a conference that he hosted at of their native language by their captors to prevent published a book entitled: Ebonics: The True Lan- guage of Black Folks.
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Ebonics: The True Language of Black Folks
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