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This chapter suggests the theoretical and practical opportunities that are to be found in the “third perspective” that Black geographic theory and Mesoamerican Indigenous linguistic concepts offer. The chapter argues for the importance of cross-border theorizing that centers the transformative and decolonizing value of languages in their written, spoken, and sung forms.

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