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Posted at 07:00 PM ET, 04/12/2012

‘Unwritten Rules’ web series explores race dynamics at work

The workplace is a tough place to navigate. There are written and unwritten rules that must follow to keep up in the office.

So author Kim Williams decided to explore office culture in her 2004 book, “Unwritted Rule: The Diary of a Ni**er, Negro, Colored, Black, African-American Woman” after often being the only African American at her jobs.

She’s now turned that into a web series starring Aasha Davis of “Pariah” and “Friday Night Lights.” The series premieres April 25. There will be a new episode every first Wedensday of the month.

The show is described on the Web site as “examining the comedic realities of being a black co-worker in a predominantly white workplace.”

Here’s the trailer for the show:

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