African American Vernacular English

Turns out my childhood grammar lessons were actually classes on white supremacy.
By Jerry Zolten, Pennsylvania State University The first truly African-American musical form, the “Spirituals,” took shape
The category's actual subject was deemed "disappointing" and a "major miss" by some viewers.
On a white girl, “ratchet” or “hood” behavior is hilarious, even a little cute.
They have a tendency to remain neutral until they’re reminded that they’re not White.