From law to applied linguistics, “linguistic justice” has gained traction and has a bearing in translanguaging as an intersectional identity issue. When it comes to educational linguistics, linguistic justice entails promoting languages endangered due to coercive monolingual laws or racial prejudices in school settings. This justice is for the speaking selves of children, flowing unpredictably as they learn, without the stigma of incompleteness or faultiness.
Author Archives: Eduardo R. Muñoz-Muñoz
Eduardo R. Muñoz-Muñoz, PhD., is the Coordinator of the Critical Bilingual Authorization program Bilingüismo y Justicia at San José State University and a Public Voices Fellow with the OpEd Project.