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Jor Gonsalves
Unshaming highlights the silenced voices of society through storytelling. It's founded on the belief that shame exists because representation doesn’t. You'll hear the stories of people who have hidden themselves — now loudly visible. You should listen if you are fascinated by the perseverance of the human spirit. New episodes every other Monday. #StayUnshaming with us at and Tell us what you're unshaming at!
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3.6 stars from 594 ratings
Every episode, I am taken in by Jor’s soothing speaking voice and wonderful interviewing style. He asks every question that I wish to know, while getting straight to the point. The concept is brilliant, and the guests have been inspirational. I am grateful for this one!
70 yr. old and white! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/21
The unshaming should be ashamed
My brain died listening to this
byron urgiles via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/07/21
This podcast provides a wonderful platform to hear some incredible human stories. Jor’s passion is palpable in this space for historically marginalized voices to speak uninterrupted. I have been inspired by and learned so much from each guest and am excited for each new episode!
KO12345678910111213 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/25/21
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