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Teen Awarded NPR's Top Storytelling Performance Prize for Powerful Tale About His Two Gay Moms: VIDEO


Snap Judgment is NPR's spoken word and storytelling show.

NPR Snap Judgment Performance of the Year was awarded in December to 15-year-old Noah St. John for his explosively moving story about his two moms and the moment he thought he might lose the family he had always known.

A must-watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

(thanks to cleve jones, who sent this along)

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  1. A tear jerker for sure. Please share this video on your social media. It's family stories like this that will make a difference in the fight for equality. BRAVO!

    Posted by: Mark | Jan 8, 2013 4:03:39 PM

  2. This brought tears to my eyes. What a great young man. I wish I were that together, that articulate, that confident.

    Posted by: MichaelJ | Jan 8, 2013 6:26:30 PM

  3. Incredibly moving!!! His Moms are fortunate to have such a loving and talented son, and he is blessed to have such loving parents,married for 20 years ...
    This is SUCH a JOY to watch ...Big Hugs to all members of this family!

    Posted by: Bodhi | Jan 9, 2013 2:04:11 PM

  4. What a great story, and so different from my experience. My mom tells the story of how I came to her as a child and asked her why, oh why, didn't she divorce that man. Where this kid was afraid his parents would split up, I lived terrified because I knew mine would stay together. This is unadulterated envy talking, and it wasn't just one tear being shed over his performance.

    Posted by: fritzrth | Jan 10, 2013 9:25:35 AM

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