"Teachers teach lives, doctors save lives, but dancers and other artists, change lives"

-Nathaniel Hunt

Interviews

 

Left of Str8 Radio Show

 

Nathaniel's first time as a guest of the Left of Str8 Show, he talks about his intersections of race and sexuality during this racially charged global social movement. He discusses his experience of being biracial in America, moments within his dance career, actions steps for Allies and BIPOC, and more.

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Michael Mott & Friends: A Conversation

 

Nathaniel is usually behind the camera of the bi-weekly virtual show Michael Mott & Friends, running the technical elements. However, on June 3rd, 2020, he had an opportunity to address his experience as a black man during the murders go Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and most recently George Floyd. Michael Mott asks important questions involving race, action steps for Non-BIPOC, growing up biracial, and more.

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Gay Sons & Mothers

 

Nathaniel had the opportunity to speak with Founder and CEO of Gay Sons & Mothers, Rick Miller via Instagram Live. Nathaniel shared his new life during quarantine, his  coming out story, growing gay, and more. 

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Podcasts

 

Count Me In Podcast

 

After a week off, and amidst the pandemic chaos, Carly Faye is back (without Hannah) to chat with Nathaniel Hunt. A former MD dancer and graduate from AACPS, Nathaniel shares his late start in dance and how he ended up dancing with Ailey II, & The Metropolitan Opera. They discuss how important representation is, and the challenges in body image for men in dance. Finishing with his favorite memory in dance! 

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