Is the End of Code-Switching Nigh?

Writers weigh in on their cultural comms style

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Talking White.

That’s what they called it back when I was a kid and that’s what they still call it now. Talking White meant avoiding the Black vernacular and cultural phrases stemming from spending three days a week in church and the remainder on my grandmother’s porch. Some people applauded that…