Episode 94: Best Of Dan.


While we’re on vacation Dan compiled a few clips of his favorite moments from prior episodes. This is a great opportunity for newer listeners who may not have listened to our older episodes to be familiarized with previous topics (or for long-time listeners who may have forgot). As you’ll hear, underneath all of the jokes and clowning around Dan is truly passionate about poverty and racial inequality.

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Episode 93: Gone Fishing!


This week Dan and Becky talk about police questioning minors. Dan has been arrested numerous times as a minor and he’s never once had a parent or an attorney in any of his interrogations. He was often propositioned with what you’d hear on typical cop TV shows, “tell us what we want and you can go home.” Voluntarily offering information to the police in order to go home always comes at a price. Dan also talks about not knowing his rights as a young teen and not fully understanding the Miranda rights. Dan highly recommends teaching children to know how to ask for an attorney and to NOT voluntarily speak to the police unless they’re victims of a crime.

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Episode 92: SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance)


Becky and Dan are joined by P From Charlotte (@PFromCharlotte) to discuss Social Security Disability benefits. For those of you who aren’t familiar with P, he’s a former firefighter who suffers from PTSD as a result of his time in the fire department. P relies solely on Social Security Disability benefits. He shares some of his experiences, the application process, rules and obtaining medical insurance while on disability.
P is also a host of A Few Screws Loose (@ScrewsLoosePod), a mental health podcast on The BREAKS Media Network (@theBREAKSmedia).

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Episode 91: Money Moves (w/Jayden Hollywood).


This week Ann and Dan are joined by accountant, credit repair specialist and fellow podcaster, Jayden Hollywood (@TheGreatJayden)to discuss financial literacy. It’s no secret that our community is plagued by wasteful spending and poor money management. The generations before us were financially illiterate for the most part and our generations inherited their poor money management skills and habits.

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