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Statement By New Afrikan Prisoner Of War Kuwasi Balagoon, Amilcar Shabazz Aug 1983

Statement By New Afrikan Prisoner Of War Kuwasi Balagoon, Amilcar Shabazz

Afro-American Studies Faculty Publication Series

As a member of Kuwasi Balagoon's political defense collective, called the National Committee to Defend New Afrikan Freedom Fighters, I transcribed this statement that he attempted to present in court at his trial in Goshen, NY, that opened July 11, 1983. Orange County Judge David Ritter denied him from giving the full statement that is presented here from the pamphlet that was published for Black August 1983, with the brief introduction that I wrote.


Phonological Features And Morphological Structure, John J. Mccarthy Jan 1983

Phonological Features And Morphological Structure, John J. Mccarthy

Linguistics Department Faculty Publication Series

Sound symbolism and other phenomena where individual distinctive features act as morphemes.


A Theory Of Internal Reduplication, John J. Mccarthy, Ellen Broselow Jan 1983

A Theory Of Internal Reduplication, John J. Mccarthy, Ellen Broselow

Linguistics Department Faculty Publication Series

A broad survey and typology of infixing reduplication.


A Prosodic Account Of Arabic Broken Plurals, John J. Mccarthy Jan 1983

A Prosodic Account Of Arabic Broken Plurals, John J. Mccarthy

Linguistics Department Faculty Publication Series

Arabic broken plurals as infixation.


Consonantal Morphology In The Chaha Verb, John J. Mccarthy Jan 1983

Consonantal Morphology In The Chaha Verb, John J. Mccarthy

Linguistics Department Faculty Publication Series

In the Gurage (Ethiopian Semitic) language Chaha, erstwhile phonological processes of palatalization and labialization have been morphologized as part of the inflectional system. Specifically, under certain morphological conditions we find palatalization of a root-final velar or coronal obstruent, labialization of the rightmost labial or velar consonant in the root, or a conjunction of these two processes. The most striking aspect of this morphological system is that the labialization and palatalization apply across the board to all copies of a reduplicated root consonant.