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"With this groundbreaking book, Carmen Kynard claims her place among a growing group of scholars who are challenging traditional models for teaching writing and for understanding the role of linguistic diversity in effective communication. She skillfully draws on her own classroom experiences to demonstrate the liberatory, meaning-making potential of writing generated in an environment of trust and respect." -- Shirley Wilson Logan, author of Liberating Language: Sites of Rhetorical Education in Nineteenth-Century Black America