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Fordham Conversations: Holler If Ya Hear Me

by Robin Shannon, Daniel Murphy
Saul Williams (actor) and Todd Kreidler of Holler If Ya Hear Me.

Robin Shannon, WFUV News

On this week’s show we hear from two members of a new Broadway show inspired by the life and music of Tupac Shakur, Holler If Ya Hear Me. Both actor Saul Williams and playwright Todd Kreidler sit down to talk about the show’s message, Tupac Shakur’s legacy, and how both of those found a way to mix on the stage. 

 

Music Featured on the Show in Order of Appearance: 

"Holler If Ya Hear Me" - Tupac

"Dear Mama" - Tupac

 

Fordham Conversations: Inside the Minds of Psychopaths

by Chris Williams
Head sculpture.

Eric Kilby, Flickr

This week, we’re going inside the minds of psychopaths. There isn’t a way to diagnose someone as a “psychopath,” there’s only a test to determine how many psychopathic traits a person has. It’s not as easy to determine who is or isn’t a psychopath as you might think….
 
Forensic clinical psychologist and Fordham professor Barry Rosenfeld helps clear up the idea of how psychopathy is measured and the potential to treat it. Then, Dr.

Fordham Conversations: Nat Horne

by Robin Shannon, Alen Kanlic
Nat Horne, an octogenarian who leaped into the Broadway dance scene.

Robin Shannon, WFUV News

On this week’s show we hear from Nat Horne, an original member of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.  He shares his experiences growing up in the segregated south and his move to Broadway. As both a dancer and choreographer, Horne has a tremendous amount of respect in the industry. Today he opens up about not only his life on the stage, but also the events that lead him to get there. 

 

 

Music Heard On The Show

Fordham Conversations: The Future of Non-Profits and the Skills Needed to Run Them

by Robin Shannon, Alen Kanlic, Daniel Murphy
Francis Petit, Elaine Congress and Allan Luks

Ken Levinson

A discussions on “The Future of Non-Profits and the Skills Needed to Run Them” with two people involved in The Fordham Center for Nonprofit Leaders.  Elaine Congress is the Associate Dean for Continuing Education and Extramural Programs in the Fordham Graduate School of Social Service.  Allan Luks is the Director of the Fordham Center for Nonprofit Leadership. 

Fordham Conversations: Freaks, Monsters, and Disgust

by Chris Williams
Freak show

Ross, Flickr

 
This week on Fordham Conversations is about the monstrous, the grotesque, human oddities, and why we’re drawn to things that aren't the norm.
 
Adam Rinn grew up on Coney Island and now he teaches a sideshow class for people who want to learn to eat fire, walk on broken glass, or survive an electric shock.

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