This week Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss the effects of Stop Snitchin’ in the streets, prison, and judicial system. We take a look at witness protection and how to keep the people who are willing to come forward to report crimes safe.Read More
Driving While Black (DWB) is no secret to the black community. Dan explains how he and countless other black men feel when they see a police car behind them when driving. Dan and Becky detail some of their experiences being profiled by while drivingRead More
Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss mental illness and suicide. It’s no secret that mental illness is just as prevalent in the black community as any other community. Each host shares their experiences dealing with people in their lives who suffer from mental illness and/or suicidal ideation.Read More
Ann, Dan, and Becky are joined by recurring guest Paul Smith from TruTalk on Tru Radio Network.
In what was supposed to be an episode about the differences between for profit and not for profit organizations, we go way left as far as churches are concerned.
This week Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss what Workers Comp is, how to get it, and some of the rules (which vary by state).Read More
Burying your Child: A Mother’s Story. The victims left behind. In what is probably our most compelling episode to date, Ann and Dan have a conversation with their guest Marie, a native New Orleanian whose …Read More
This week Ann, Dan, and Becky are joined by Stacy Alugas, a black business owner and entrepreneur.Read More
Hate Crimes, Haters. Don’t hate, be great!Read More
Tax season, also known as cuffing season for men because in our community it’s not uncommon for single men to prey on single mothers with multiple children in order to claim their children as dependents. After claiming the woman’s children and receiving his refund, an experienced Tax Season cuffer will then proceed to spend much of the woman’s refund before dumping her.Read More
This week Ann, Becky, and Dan tackle divorce. We also have the opportunity to speak with one of Ann’s former clients who Ann represented in a messy divorce case.Read More