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The Asheville View

Resources and interviews shedding light on important issues facing the WNC community.

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Community Resource: My Daddy Taught Me That

Keynon Lake, DeAngelo Collins and Mr. Bernard Oliphant introduce us to My Daddy Taught Me That, a program founded by Keynon to provide male role & leadership models to youth from single-parent homes. To learn more about or get involved with the program, visit...

Artist spotlight: Juicyy

Asheville-based emcee Juicyy chats with Kahlani Jackson and gives us all a taste of her conscious style. Check out Juicyy's latest single here: https://youtu.be/Qua4jsR4DJE(Also available on Spotify and Apple Music).

How to Grow Your Business with the Asheville Business Inclusion Office

Aisha Adams talks with Rosanna Mulcahy, the Asheville Business Inclusion office manager, about how growing businesses can take advantage of the assistance her office provides. To learn more about the Business Inclusion Office, go to...

Empowerment with Lesley King

Kahlani Jackson speaks with empowerment coach Lesley King about ways of finding your way into a new career when your current one no longer serves you.

Venture Winston Grants: Part Two

In the 2nd part of this interview, Kasem Mohsen of Venture Winston Grants talks to Tina White more about his background, equity and the gaps he hopes to address through his philanthropic investment endeavors. Learn more about Venture Winston Grants at...

Clips

The Great Escape

The Great Escape

Ever wish you could do a life swap? Find out who Aisha, Kirby and Myriam wish they could swap lives with.

The Great Escape

Ever wish you could do a life swap? Find out who Aisha, Kirby and Myriam wish they could swap lives with.

School Dayz

The hosts discuss back to school and the achievement gap.

Counteracting Dismissive Attacks

From Season 1 "Braveheart" episode. You've witnessed it, dished it, or you've been the recipient... You raise a valid argument to defend yourself or others and someone dismisses you as dramatic or angry or hormonal in an attempt to lessen you and your point in the...

I’m seen as a disruption because I exist

From Season 1 "Braveheart" episode. Sometimes you can be seen as a disruption simply for existing. People are penalized for things they can't control…like bringing a fish on land and hating it for not being able to breathe the air and hating it for needing the water....

Ask the Doctor (Juice)

Dear Dr. Norling, What causes skin conditions like eczema?   Meet Dr. Sharon Norling Meet the Hosts: Dr. Sharon Norling Twitter: @DrSharonNorling Instagram: @drsharonnorling

Blog

5 Easy Steps to Get Back Working Out

5 Easy Steps to Get Back Working Out

I’m writing this article out of personal experience; I've been presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity that requires me to drop a few pounds and tighten up. Only problem is: I haven't seriously worked out since 2018... jaw dropping, I know. Well, I've spent...

It’s Pride Month: Get Your Queer On.

It’s Pride Month: Get Your Queer On.

Nothing that defines our humanity is binary – except our habit of mind. I felt as though Reverend Edman had grabbed me by the throat. I have always been drawn to and fascinated by the under-40 queer...

Dining In For Life

Dining In For Life

Dining Out For Life, WNCAP's biggest annual fundraiser, looks a little different this year. But you can still give back to WNCAP and support your favorite independent restaurants - Dine IN For Life on Thursday, April 29!  In a "normal" non-pandemic year, Dining Out...

Our Schools, Our Future

Our Schools, Our Future

To say this year has been a difficult one is an understatement. We have been on a roller coaster ride and cannot seem to get off. People lost loved ones, some became gravely ill, businesses closed, suicide and abuse rates went up. All around devastation. Each and...

Artist spotlight: John Hornsby

Artist spotlight: John Hornsby

@johnhornsbycreative @johnhornsbycreative @john_hornsby I was always the artistic kid in my social groups and school as I was growing up. So it was one of my natural talents that my family helped foster by getting me private lessons and encouraging my pursuit of it. I...

5 Easy Steps to Get Back Working Out

I’m writing this article out of personal experience; I've been presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity that requires me to drop a few pounds and tighten up. Only problem is: I haven't seriously worked out since 2018... jaw dropping, I know. Well, I've spent...

It’s Pride Month: Get Your Queer On.

Nothing that defines our humanity is binary – except our habit of mind. I felt as though Reverend Edman had grabbed me by the throat. I have always been drawn to and fascinated by the under-40 queer...

Dining In For Life

Dining Out For Life, WNCAP's biggest annual fundraiser, looks a little different this year. But you can still give back to WNCAP and support your favorite independent restaurants - Dine IN For Life on Thursday, April 29!  In a "normal" non-pandemic year, Dining Out...

Our Schools, Our Future

To say this year has been a difficult one is an understatement. We have been on a roller coaster ride and cannot seem to get off. People lost loved ones, some became gravely ill, businesses closed, suicide and abuse rates went up. All around devastation. Each and...

Artist spotlight: John Hornsby

@johnhornsbycreative @johnhornsbycreative @john_hornsby I was always the artistic kid in my social groups and school as I was growing up. So it was one of my natural talents that my family helped foster by getting me private lessons and encouraging my pursuit of it. I...

About

The Asheville View” is a daytime-style talk web series hosted by Aisha Adams, Kirby Winner, Myiram Weber, Tina White, and Kahlani Jackson. The show serves as a morning cup of coffee for equity advocates across the South.

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Hosts

Aisha Adams

Kirby Winner

Myriam Weber

Tina White

Kahlani Jackson