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 It’s been highlighted that strategies of the ‘denial of prejudice’ pervades everyday race talk.((van Dijk, T.A., 1992. Discourse and the Denial of Racism. Discourse & Society, 3(1), pp. 87–118.)) And practices of denial take the form of a disclaimer, such as “I’m not racist, but ...”. In relation to Twitter, the inclusion of the hashtag #notracist echoes this strategy of denial. Arguably, #notracist materializes a racial paranoia that entangles //'​privatized'//​ expressions of racism, with //'​public'//​ modes of denial. Twitter is seemingly a unique for collapsing the private and public, which may explain why racialized talk is prolific on this platform. ​ It’s been highlighted that strategies of the ‘denial of prejudice’ pervades everyday race talk.((van Dijk, T.A., 1992. Discourse and the Denial of Racism. Discourse & Society, 3(1), pp. 87–118.)) And practices of denial take the form of a disclaimer, such as “I’m not racist, but ...”. In relation to Twitter, the inclusion of the hashtag #notracist echoes this strategy of denial. Arguably, #notracist materializes a racial paranoia that entangles //'​privatized'//​ expressions of racism, with //'​public'//​ modes of denial. Twitter is seemingly a unique for collapsing the private and public, which may explain why racialized talk is prolific on this platform. ​
  
-Our practice-based analysis explores two modes of racialized tweeting which are prevalent in the //#​notracist//​ dataset, see: [[#notracist: Multi-hashtag Race-Talk on Twitter]] and [[Ambient Twitter Racism]].((These two themes are expanded upon in the two publications we are seeking to make based on the //#​notracist//​ project.)) ​+Our practice-based analysis explores two modes of racialized tweeting which are prevalent in the //#​notracist//​ dataset, see: [[multi-hashtags|Multi-Hashtagging]]  and [[Ambient Twitter Racism]].((These two themes are expanded upon in the two publications we are seeking to make based on the //#​notracist//​ project.)) ​
  
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