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We believe that activism needs more appreciation, and showing gratitude benefits us all. Join us to hear stories of gratitude told live in Portland, Oregon.

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We believe that activism needs more appreciation, and showing gratitude benefits us all. Join us to hear stories of gratitude told live in Portland, Oregon.

    Airing of Grievances, part 2

    Airing of Grievances, part 2

    • 28 min
    Airing of Grievances, 2018, Part 2

    Airing of Grievances, 2018, Part 2

    Hear stories from a comedian, a death doula, an author, and a playwright in part two of our 4th annual Airing Of Grievances. Comedian Andie Main comments on the toxic culture of male comedians while Award-winning Author Dan McDaniel gives his not-so-jolly take on the holiday season. (Explicit)

    • 28 min
    Airing of Grievances, 2018, Part 1

    Airing of Grievances, 2018, Part 1

    An artist, a teacher, a comedian, and a musician tell stories about the hard things in life. “Thanks A Lot!” is our 4th annual Airing Of Grievances event. We give our storytellers five minutes to wish a sarcastic “thanks” to 2018. Storytellers include Dana Lynn Louis, Desmond Spann, Dave Mowry, and Megan McGeorge. Don’t miss part two for stories from the second half of our live show.  (Explicit)

    • 24 min
    A Joint for Black Portland, Part 3

    A Joint for Black Portland, Part 3

    The latest episode in our live storytelling series includes two stories of gratitude. Ifanyi Bell is a visual artist and writer born and raised in Portland, Oregon, who is committed to the pursuit of justice and accountability for all people, but particularly in support of future generations. Oz du Soleil is a Microsoft Excel specialist known for his fun and sometimes brash Excel tutorials on YouTube who has now lived in Portland for two years. Their stories were recorded at Pensole Footwear Design Academy on Sept. 26, 2017.

    A Joint for Black Portland, Part 2

    A Joint for Black Portland, Part 2

    Noni Causey, Grace Andrews and Tricia Tillman shared their stories at "A Joint for Black Portland," a storytelling event recorded live at Pensole Footwear Design Academy in Portland, Oregon, on Sept. 26, 2017. The event was emceed by Rukaiyah Adams and Jefferson Smith.

    A Joint for Black Portland, Part 1

    A Joint for Black Portland, Part 1

    The latest in our live storytelling series includes three stories of gratitude – two by event storytellers Intisar Abioto and Stephen Green, and one by event host Rukaiyah Adams, who co-emceed with XRAY.FM’s Jefferson Smith.  The stories were recorded live at Pensole Footwear Design Academy on Sept. 26, 2017, in Portland, Oregon.  Look for more stories from this event coming in Part 2 of the podcast.

Customer Reviews

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14 Ratings

14 Ratings

SEKeener ,

Increase your happiness with SuperThank

I listened to about a dozen of the SuperThank podcasts in the past week. You probably know this, but being grateful, increases happiness. After I listened to all these stories of gratitude, I sure felt rad. Maybe you will too.

Mac Prichard ,

Real People, Moving Stories

Expressing gratitude is not only good for you, it also makes for great story telling. SuperThank regularly brings together people to share stories that are engaging and moving and make for a terrific podcast. A well produced and always engaging show.

Sir Timothy Marcroft ,

Inspiring, Complex, and Human

Do yourself a favor and get uplifted by hearing human tales of gratitude told in front of a live audience. Even when I'm not engrossed by every story, they give me energy and keep me coming back.

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