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Find videos, reading lists, and more relating to the study and use of Black Language with a focus on African American language/speech practices. Sections include:* Black Language Magazine*, *Black Language Homework*, and *Black Language Demands*.
Coverage: 1800s - present
From the website: "... a space for political discussions and praxis of Black Language as guided by the work of teacher-researcher-activists in classrooms and communities who stand against institutions that seek to annihilate Black Language + Black Life. [...] #BlackLanguageSyllabus is for Black Language speakers who are looking to re-educate themselves about our mother tongue, academics and educators looking to reimagine their classroom curricula and pedagogies, and for anyone who is interested in learning about Black Language + Black liberation."
Find primary sources relating to individuals from around the world involved in the slave trade - including enslaved people, enslavers, and slave traders. Explore stories, biographies, documents, and data visualizations that are presented and centered in ways that honour enslaved persons. Coverage: 1500s - 1880s