Exclusive: The site move toward inclusive language formally began in January, months before the current Black Lives Matter protests. A camera flash shows a switch for changing between master and slave modes. For Regynald Augustin, a Black programmer at Twitter, the impetus for change arrived in an email with the phrase automatic slave rekick. The words were just part of an engineering discussion about restarting a secondary process, but they prompted Augustin to start trying to change Twitter...

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