I guess some accents are dialects are of lower status than others.
But it has become increasingly obvious that a dialect that has not been previously identified as being a target of prejudice is Administrativespeak, the dialect that is indigenous to academe and to the managerial class in corporations.
Oddly enough politicians, another discriminated against group, often tries to use Administrativespeak, but their attempts are routinely dismissed as p.c. because their's is a pallid version of the original, lively real deal.
It is truly time for all good Americans to recognize the existence of, and fight the scourge that is bias against Administrativespeak. After all, speaking plainly might not be such a virtue after all. Look at Shelton on The Big Bang Theory!
incorporate a new dialectic
celebrate our similarities and differences
embrace (when implying agreement and not involving bodily contact)
challenges (what the unlightened refer to as problems)
oblique problem-solving strategies
Who knows, perhaps some of this dialect's terms may be incorporated into Standard English someday as our intrinsic prejudices against the theory class abate.