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How the rise of 'cubicle comedians' shows what Black folks face in corporate America

Creators like Corporate Erin are raking in millions of views and likes as they poke fun at the trauma and humor of the toxic workplace culture in the United States.

NPR’s Jordan-Marie Smith examines what it means that the top creators are Black, and how that relates to what Black workers face in corporate America.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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