540Blog’s Top 10 Most Viewed Blog Posts of 2019

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Dear Community,

This year was a banner year for 540Blog. Our content grew exponentially and so did our audience. We brought on our very first blog contributor and featured a bevvy of guest contributors from the Rochester community for much of the year. The blog has been blessed with amazing international readers and supporters that kept the website vibrant via Facebook and Instagram activity. A key part of 540WMain’s mission has always been to provide relevant, thought-provoking, and engaging digital content that would reach a worldwide audience and based on the engagement we are reaching this mission with each blog post.

The Stats

540Blog was viewed 54,527 times in 2019 

These views came from 28,417 people from all over the world (but mostly from the United States) 

540Blog content is reaching people from over 60 countries

It is so surreal to know that our content is reaching a global audience andseen in countries as close as Canada and as far away as Tanzania! I am excited for all the growth that is planned for 540Blog as we Scale Up in 2020.

So without further adieu… The Top 10 Most Viewed Blog Posts of 2018

Top 10 Most Viewed 540Blog Posts of 2019

10. What is White Supremacy Culture by Calvin Eaton | 1/9/19 (382)

9. The Tribulations of a Rochester Woman by Chris Thompson | 12/4/19 (579)

8. When Talking About Racism It’s Time For Your Program to Do Better, An Open Letter to WXXI Connections by Calvin Eaton | 9/9/19 (604)
7. What I Learned During Pittsford Central School’s PTSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Meeting by Calvin Eaton | 4/30/19 (769)

6. A Discussion w/ Charles Arenas, Open Letter *Update* by Calvin Eaton | 1/6/19 (1,721)

5. What Hart’s Closing Means for Downtown by Calvin Eaton | 3/12/19 (981)

4. More Than One Cockroach by Chris Thompson | 1/9/19 (1,431)
3. OK Boomer!: A Quick Guide to Offensive Terms by Chris Thompson | 11/20/19 (344)

2. CITY’S New Editor is Problematic, Here’s Why by Rachel Barnhart | 8/23/19 (2,451)

1. The Media’s Misrepresentation of RCSD Teacher Absences by Chris Thompson | 11/19/19 (3,223)

What were your favorite 540Blog to read in 2019? Leave a comment and let us know.
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Published by Calvin Eaton

(he/his/him) Calvin Eaton aka theglutenfreechef (www.theglutenfreechefblog.com) Calvin Eaton is a community educator, digital content creator, and social entrepreneur, whose area of expertise includes antiracism, inclusion, equity, curriculum writing, and higher education. In 2016 Mr. Eaton founded 540WMain Communiversity a grassroots non-profit community education and event space (www.540westmain.org) with a commitment to enrich the Susan B. Anthony Preservation district as well as connect greater Rochester to the neighborhood through antiracism, arts & culture, and wellness education.

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