Episode 143: Grandma’s House


This week Ann and Dan discuss heirs’ property. It is estimated that 76% of Black people today don’t have wills. This is historically how multiple generations of Black families have lost family property. It is also why about 90% of the Black southern farmers lost their land. We had the unfortunate opportunity here in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina to witness Black families lose homes that have been in their families for 100 or more years.

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Episode 142: Social Distancing Contracts


Ann and Dan debate social distancing contracts that co-parents are using to prevent each other from taking their children to non-essential places or being around non-essential people. Ann believes that it’s an attempt to control the non-custodial parent. Dan takes it at face value and believes it’s for the children’s benefit, especially if the other parent has proven to be irresponsible (like people refusing to wear masks or social distancing in public). We also discuss how billion-dollar companies looted the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for millions of dollars leaving little to nothing for its intended businesses. Dan also shares which stocks he purchased when the stock market dipped at the beginning of the pandemic.

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