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African American English is its own dialect, and learning to speak it is no simple task

Nautilus | 
Unless you’ve been on a media blackout this summer, you likely have heard the story of civil-rights activist Rachel Dolezal, ...

New sign language challenges genetic basis for similarities between languages

Nautilus | 
Languages, like human bodies, come in a variety of shapes—but only to a point. Just as people don’t sprout multiple ...