The Asheville View

Season 1

The hosts of The Asheville View speak with the city’s current mayor. 

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Full Episodes

Pride & True: Tina White Interview

Meet Tina White In this episode, the hosts discuss Blue Ridge Pride Center's Blue Ridge Pride Festival w/Tina White. The conversation elevates as Tina discusses being married 15 years and going through her gender transition.   Pride & True: Part 1 Pride &...

Johnnie Rush Interview: 3 Part Special

Johnnie Rush Tells His Story August 2017, Johnnie Rush was on his way home to his family after a long day at work when he was stopped for suspicion of jaywalking. What should have been a simple end to his night resulted in Johnnie getting beaten, strangled, and tased...

The Sweet Life in Asheville

In this episode, the hosts discuss multiculturalism in Asheville. In this episode, the hosts discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion. What is the difference between diversity and inclusion, and how do traditional systems impact them? See Additional Resources!Special...

Juice

In this episode, the hosts discuss self-esteem and having the confidence to stand up for yourself.In this episode, the hosts discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion. What is the difference between diversity and inclusion, and how do traditional systems impact them?...

A Different World

In this episode, the hosts discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion. What is the difference between diversity and inclusion, and how do traditional systems impact them? In this episode, the hosts discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion. What is the difference between...

Power

This episode is all about engaging with the police. Find out what office to call if you need to report a police officer or even if you have a landlord issue. We also discuss how to engage positively with police officers. Check out Tiffany as she breaks down how...

This is Us

In this episode of The Asheville View, the hosts discuss learning to be your authentic self.Special Guest Stephanie Hickling Beckman Stephanie Hickling Beckman moved to Asheville in 1997 from Atlanta. She's the mother of a very active 8-year-old boy, 2 cats, and a...

Mayor Manheimer Interview: Part 2

The hosts of The Asheville View speak with the city's current mayor. View part 1

Mayor Manheimer Interview: Part 1

The hosts of The Asheville View speak with the city's current mayor. View part 2.  

If I Ruled The World

The hosts discuss the changes they'd like to see happen in Asheville.

Pride & True: Tina White Interview

Meet Tina White In this episode, the hosts discuss Blue Ridge Pride Center's Blue Ridge Pride Festival w/Tina White. The conversation elevates as Tina discusses being married 15 years and going through her gender transition.   Pride & True: Part 1 Pride &...

Johnnie Rush Interview: 3 Part Special

Johnnie Rush Tells His Story August 2017, Johnnie Rush was on his way home to his family after a long day at work when he was stopped for suspicion of jaywalking. What should have been a simple end to his night resulted in Johnnie getting beaten, strangled, and tased...

Clips

The Great Escape

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

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

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

Wanderlusting Mama

There’s no better time than summertime! Sunshine, flip flops, pools, sandy beaches, beach curls and cocktails! What’s not to love? Tulum, MexicoOne of the perks of being a teacher is that I get to be off for two months. Leeloo and I usually take this time to be...

Why We All Should Celebrate Pride

  The Asheville View decided we would all celebrate Pride. Some of us spoke at the story slam, we marched in the procession, and even sold our merch at Blue Rigde Pride. Here is why I think we all should celebrate Pride. The History Of Christmas Pride and...

“I Don’t See Color” Please Stop, We All Do!

“I Don’t See Color”: Please Stop, We All Do! Political correctness is a huge deal right now, especially in this country. White people have had so many things to compensate for due to the ugly history. I am not being hateful, I am being real. Think about it; we call...

Five Things You Probably Didn’t Know About “The Block”

As a tourist city, Asheville, AKA Beer City, is known for its craft beers, great local food, beautiful scenery and a wide variety of art—from music and visual art to theatre and beyond. Every year, thousands of visitors flock to Asheville to party, have fun or get...

We See You: William Jackson, M.Ed

Meet William Jackson, M.EdMeet William Jackson, M.Ed from Jacksonville, Florida. William Jackson is a school teacher, blogger, and international speaker. He is also a part of The Asheville View community. You can often find William in the comments of Youtube or...

Wanderlusting Mama

There’s no better time than summertime! Sunshine, flip flops, pools, sandy beaches, beach curls and cocktails! What’s not to love? Tulum, MexicoOne of the perks of being a teacher is that I get to be off for two months. Leeloo and I usually take this time to be...

Why We All Should Celebrate Pride

  The Asheville View decided we would all celebrate Pride. Some of us spoke at the story slam, we marched in the procession, and even sold our merch at Blue Rigde Pride. Here is why I think we all should celebrate Pride. The History Of Christmas Pride and...

“I Don’t See Color” Please Stop, We All Do!

“I Don’t See Color”: Please Stop, We All Do! Political correctness is a huge deal right now, especially in this country. White people have had so many things to compensate for due to the ugly history. I am not being hateful, I am being real. Think about it; we call...

Five Things You Probably Didn’t Know About “The Block”

As a tourist city, Asheville, AKA Beer City, is known for its craft beers, great local food, beautiful scenery and a wide variety of art—from music and visual art to theatre and beyond. Every year, thousands of visitors flock to Asheville to party, have fun or get...

We See You: William Jackson, M.Ed

Meet William Jackson, M.EdMeet William Jackson, M.Ed from Jacksonville, Florida. William Jackson is a school teacher, blogger, and international speaker. He is also a part of The Asheville View community. You can often find William in the comments of Youtube or...

About

”The Asheville View” is a daytime-style talk show hosted by Aisha Adams, Myriam Weber, Kirby Winner, Eboné Graham, and Tina White. In the opening segment, the hosts offer their personal take on ”hot button” issues. In the second half of the show, the hosts interview various guests.

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Hosts

Aisha Adams

Kirby Winner

Myriam Weber

Tina White