According to Weeze
  • Louiza "Weeze" Doran
6 episodes
Hosted by Louiza "Weeze" Doran, According to Weeze is a podcast founded on the belief that we exist at the intersection of our complex identities, politics, and socio-cultural systems! Each week Weeze engages in complex, yet candid conversations focused on socio-political and personal matters in hopes of finding a way forward in community. The only way to dismantle oppression is to dissect it, so meet her at the intersection and learn how to create a just, equitable, and inclusive society.

Episodes

EP 005: EXCUSE ME, I'M STILL SPEAKING W/ MYISHA HILL
2020 Oct 141h 12m 47s
In this episode Myisha and Weeze break down the ways Kamala Harris’ language, tonality, and even body language were such a topic of conversation yet also the real lived experiences of BIPOC, especially Black women, in settings with whyte men. They talk about how the Black identity is often co-opted for profit, specifically pointing out how Breonna Taylor’s name and image was used to sell merchandise but she didnt receive justice.
EPISODE 4: FROM SLAVE PATROL TO POLICING W/ LETTIE SHUMATE
2020 Oct 061h 21m 48s
In this episode Weeze and Lettie talk about the evolution of the police system, how it’s rooted in the slave patrol from the 1700s, and the importance of restructuring and reimagining public safety.
EPISODE 3: AN INSIDE LOOK AT POLICE CULTURE W/ MARIO SHAFT
2020 Sep 291h 24m 12s
In this episode Mario, a retired police officer who served on the Atlanta PD force for 13yrs, offers us a look from the perspective from inside police culture. He talks about the most effective way we can create the change we want to see when it comes to policy and policing, and how we’ve been focusing on the wrong thing. Mario shares about the various ways police are trained and...where they aren’t, and poses some great questions for us all to reflect on.
EPISODE 2: WHY JESSICA KRUG’S APOLOGY IS BS W/ LISA BETTY
2020 Sep 231h 27m 56s
In this episode Lisa and Weeze have a deep discussion on the problematic behavior of Jessica Krug. They talk about the ways in which Jessica, a whyte woman, extensively and intentionally chose to study Black + African cultures of the diaspora and co-opt Black, Hispanic, and Latinx as her racial-ethnic identities. Not only did she assume these identities, she took professional academic positions, opportunities, and grants away from the people they were meant for.
EPISODE 1: MEET ME AT THE INTERSECTION
2020 Sep 2354m 40s
In this episode, Weeze is interviewed by a Never Again News Network “NANN” correspondent. They talk about the purpose of the According to Weeze podcast, NANN, and how both serve as tools to facilitate effective conversations in order to move us toward liberation. Weeze also gets personal when she’s asked a series of questions pertaining to her everyday life. Welcome to the  According to Weeze podcast y’all!
EPISODE 0: THE ACCORDING TO WEEZE PODCAST IS HERE!
2020 Sep 232m 11s
Hey y'all, welcome to the According to Weeze podcast. This is a quick minisode announcing the release of the podcast and letting y'all know that there was a name change. Originally it was going to be At the Intersection but since there were so many of those, I️ decided to keep it consistent and name the pod According to Weeze. Stay connected and tune in each week!