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by Lynette Holloway onDecember 15, 2011
It turns out "black Twitter" has been around for a long time.
by John McWhorter onMay 25, 2011
Just as African Americans have influenced language and style, they've "blackened up" Twitter -- 140 snappy and irreverent characters at a time.
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