Tune into SiriusXM Insight this weekend for the best conversations about the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and continuing discussions around civil rights today.

Aspen Institute Radio: Jan. 17 and Jan. 18 at 1 pm ET on SiriusXM Insight Ch. 121
Join the Aspen Institute as they look back on some of the civil rights discussions they have had over the years, including an event at the Washington National Cathedral commemorating 50 years of featuring Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson also leads a discussion; Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis talks about his latest journey using graphic novels to move young people to embrace nonviolence; and a panel discusses religious leaders and how they are taking platforms on issues like immigration and inequality in the criminal justice system, among others.

The Great Courses Radio: Jan. 17 at 9 pm ET on SiriusXM Insight Ch. 121
Ed Leon hosts this adventure in lifelong learning from The Great Courses. This weeks show features linguist John McWhorter on our crazy, evolving language; political science professor Dennis Dalton on the lasting impact of Martin Luther King; and how you can take amazing photos like National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick: Jan. 19 at 9 am ET on SiriusXM Insight Ch. 121
On this Martin Luther King Day, Stand Up focuses on some of the most recent civil rights interviews that Pete Dominick has done. Including Bruce Watson, author of “Freedom Summer”, Margaret Burnham, of Northeastern’s Civil Right Restorative Project, Time Wise, anti-racist activist and author, Rep. John Lewis, civil rights leader and Congressman, Ted Olson, noted attorney and subject of the film, “The Case Against 8” and Pete Coyote, actor and activist.

Get it Right with Margaret Hoover: Jan. 19 at 12 pm ET on SiriusXM Insight Ch. 121
Get It Right with Margaret Hoover takes a looks at the legacy Dr. Martin Luther King leaves for freedom movements and how it continues today. In particular we look how his words are channeled through the leadership of the LGBT movement with the help of Chad Griffin, President of the Human Rights Campaign and Michelangelo Signorile, activist, SiriusXM host, and Editor-at-Large of Huffington Post Gay Voices.


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