African American Vernacular English, a distinctive lect, or variety, of English spoken by African Americans, sometimes called Ebonics
Ebonics (word), a term that is used for what linguists far more often term African American Vernacular English, and that was originally used with strong connotations of the African origin of this language
Oakland Ebonics controversy, generated by the recognition in December 1996 by the Oakland, California school board of "Ebonics" (i.e. African-American Vernacular English) as a distinct language
, a 1975 book by social scientist Robert Williams
"Ebonics (Criminal Slang)", a song by rapper Big L from the album The Big Picture
Def: Variante del inglés estándar americano hablado pricipalmente por los negros. Ex: Even in the face of considerable linguistic and pedagogical evidence, opinions on Ebonics still run the gamut, from its deserving official language status in the United States, to its being dismissed as 'bad English'.