WCC 2013 Year-in-Review
2013 has been a big year for Water Cooler Convos. We won a Black Weblog Award and we’ve covered a wide range of stories. From the entertaining to the zany to the contentious to the heartbreaking, here is 2013 through the lens of WCC.
#1 Post of the Year
This post received over 30,000 hits in one day, and to date, it has received over 100,000 views. And for good reason. It’s got to be one of the most outrageous stories of the year, and it also epitomizes the racial issues that persist in America.
Living … While Black
The Music You Should Be Listening To
On Our Blerd Behavior
But, there can’t be a better way to end the year and jump into 2014 other than a Pep Talk from Kid President.
Thanks for a great year, Water Cooler Community. Here’s to more snarkiness, blerdiness, and laughter in 2014.
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