An undergraduate researcher at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has gained national acclaim for her research showing, she says, that members of minority groups feel oppressed by standard, grammatical English.
The researcher is Erika Gallagher, reports The Daily Cardinal, the student newspaper on the taxpayer-funded campus.
Gallagher’s research was chosen to be presented at the Collegiate Conference on Composition and Communication in Portland, Oregon earlier this semester.
Yo Read da rest o' da story HERE what 'chew trippin foo'.UW-Madison student earns national attention for her work to erase the stigma against Ebonics. https://t.co/7fJiGxFcdH pic.twitter.com/GVZdxm6yNp— The Daily Cardinal (@dailycardinal) April 6, 2017
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