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Black Law and Legal Lies is a weekly podcast where Ann, a licensed and practicing attorney and Dan, a middle-school dropout both discuss various topics from legal and not-so-legal points of view. Subjects include trending topics, current events, black culture, anything taboo, and a whole slew of complete and utter randomness.

Both hosts are equally experienced in law, but only one is an attorney. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacklawpodcast/support

Black Law and Legal Lies Black Law Podcast

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Black Law and Legal Lies is a weekly podcast where Ann, a licensed and practicing attorney and Dan, a middle-school dropout both discuss various topics from legal and not-so-legal points of view. Subjects include trending topics, current events, black culture, anything taboo, and a whole slew of complete and utter randomness.

Both hosts are equally experienced in law, but only one is an attorney. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacklawpodcast/support

    An Honest Conversation

    An Honest Conversation

    Ann and Dan have a Zoom conversation with Louisiana activists Sherry and Cherry Wilmore (Everyone's Favorite Twins), as well as Y'mani Wright a recent Howard University graduate. We have an open conversation about the state of our community, especially after the murder of George Floyd, another unarmed Black man. 

    We share our thoughts on the protests, property damage, media coverage, etc. We also talk about how "Black on Black crime" when referring to proximity crime is a racist construct. Y'mani emotionally expresses her confusion and uncertainty. 

    We pride ourselves in the audio and video quality of this show that longtime listeners have become accustomed to. This will be our last remote recording and this conversation has been heavily edited because of length and audio quality. You can still listen to this conversation in its entirety on our YouTube page!

    Stay connected with us on social media!
    Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast
    IG: @BlackLawPodcast
    Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast
    On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

    Dan
    Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs
    IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

    Ann
    Twitter: @iTellLegalLies

    Cherry and Sherry:
    Facebook: @EverybodyFavoriteTwins


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    • 1 時間15分
    Elephant in the Room

    Elephant in the Room

    Ann and Dan are joined by Craig from Next Level Visions (nextlevelvisions.com) to discuss why so many white folks get uncomfortable, defensive, or offended when talking about race. Craig shares some of his experiences living abroad vs. living in the US. Craig is also a war veteran who served our country but that didn't exempt him from experiencing racism in the US. 

    We also briefly discuss the hate messages we received from last week's episode, attacking us as people (nothing related to the actual content) in response to our video clips about citizen's arrest, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, which prompted this episode.

    Article by Dr. Robin DiAngelo.

    Stay connected with us on social media!
    Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast 
    IG: @BlackLawPodcast 
    Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast 
    On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

    Dan
    Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs 
    IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

    Ann
    Twitter: @iTellLegalLies

    Craig:
    Twitter: @nxtLVLvisions
    IG: @nextlevelvisions
    Website: nextlevelvisions.com


    We now have merch available on our website! Check it out at www.BlackLawPodcast.com/shop


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    • 51分
    Citizen's Arrest

    Citizen's Arrest

    Ann and Dan discuss the murders of both Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. We also talk about the actions of Breonna's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, who in our opinion did everything correctly and lawfully in an attempt to protect their home. Kenneth Walker is currently being charged with the attempted murder of a police officer.

    Stay connected with us on social media!
    Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast 
    IG: @BlackLawPodcast 
    Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast 
    On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

    Dan
    Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs 
    IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

    Ann
    Twitter: @iTellLegalLies

    We now have merch available on our website! Check it out at www.BlackLawPodcast.com/shop


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    • 1 時間5分
    Defend Yo' City!

    Defend Yo' City!

    In response to episode 119 "A Bloody City," Ann provides a rebuttal to Dan's assertion that New Orleans is one of the most violent cities in the US. Despite making the list of top 10 deadliest cities per-capita (at the time of recording), Ann believes it's not a "New Orleans thing." Not so coincidentally Baton Rouge, Louisiana also made the top 10 list. Maybe Ann's right? It's a not a New Orleans thing, it's a Louisiana thing. 

    Stay connected with us on social media!
    Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast
    IG: @BlackLawPodcast
    Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast
    On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

    Dan
    Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs
    IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

    Ann
    Twitter: @iTellLegalLies

    We now have merch available on our website! Check it out at www.BlackLawPodcast.com/shop


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    • 55分
    Are We Too PC?

    Are We Too PC?

    Recorded in 2019. Ann, Becky, and Dan talk about how and if society has become too politically correct. It's becoming increasingly difficult to be politically correct 100% of the time with all of society's changes over the past decade or so. We also talk about outrage/cancel culture, like when people dug up Kevin Hart's 10-year old tweets.

    Stay connected with us on social media!
    Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast
    IG: @BlackLawPodcast
    Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast
    On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

    Dan
    Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs
    IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

    Ann
    Twitter: @iTellLegalLies

    We now have merch available on our website! Check it out at www.BlackLawPodcast.com/shop


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    • 42分
    COVID-19 Suits

    COVID-19 Suits

    Can you sue your employer if you contract the coronavirus at work? With so many low wage jobs classified as essential, minority communities have been disproportionately vulnerable. Mainstream media outlets like to point to comorbidity as the cause but comorbidity doesn't cause exposure. A few things have changed with the stimulus checks since the last episode, Ann goes over some of the changes. 

    Stay connected with us on social media!  
    Twitter: @BlackLawPodcast
    IG: @BlackLawPodcast
    Facebook: @BlackLawPodcast
    On the web: www.BlackLawPodcast.com

    Dan
    Twitter: @iAmDanOnDrugs
    IG: @iAmDanOnDrugs

    Ann
    Twitter: @iTellLegalLies

    We now have merch available on our website! Check it out at www.BlackLawPodcast.com/shop


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    • 31分

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