> I believe there have been books on Black English if youBe careful. Gullah is a creole, a fusion of English and
> are interested. Even further out of sync with modern
> American English is Gullah English spoken by African
> Americans in the coastal areas of Georgia and the
> Carolinas, the two dialects have nothing in common.
> Several years ago in Oakland, California there was aBlack English Vernacular (BEV) took a beating in the
> movement to teach classes in Black English with
> Standard English taught as a second language. A
> national uproar erupted and debate for and against
> was common.