Max Temkin | Cards Against Humanity file photo
The other co-founders launched an investigation in response to a series of social media posts from former employees accusing Temkin of cultivating an office culture which was harmful to Black and female staff members. Max Temkin, co-founder of the popular card game Cards Against Humanity, has left the Chicago-based company after former employees went public with allegations that he fostered a racist and sexist workplace.
In a statement written...
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