In my individual essay, I talk about dialectical stigmatization and a “standard” English. I propose that there is value to having a linguistic standard by presenting the case of a hypothetical culture neutral standard, but that “standard” English in the United States of America has problems. The main problem is that “standard” English is an Anglo-Saxon construct and that by holding up a linguistic standard other cultures are marginalized. I propose that we should keep a linguistic standard, but do what we can to reduce that marginalization that occurred. My plan to reduce marginalization involves bring linguistic information into the classroom in a variety of settings at a young age to promote dialectic acceptance by establishing dialects as the culture construct that they are and establish dialects as valid forms of linguistic communication. I propose that there are perhaps many different ways to promote cultural acceptance both within the classroom and extending beyond that should be researched. My project relates to the entire exhibit by providing more in-depth information about the dialectical attitudes in the United States of America that both Jesse and Jalyn reference.