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SiriusXM Urban View announced four new weekly shows led by influential voices in race relations, culture, business, politics, law, medicine and more.

The new talent lineup includes human rights lawyer Qasim Rashid, a former nominee for United States Congress. “The Qasim Rashid Show” will focus on “racial, economic, and gender justice, and will tap into the wisdom of diverse leaders and activists who help illuminate how our unique experiences can guide us towards justice, wholeness, and accountability.”

“The Qasim Rashid Show” airs Sundays at 10:00 am ET.

Dr. Robin Smith, a licensed psychologist best known for her role as the on-air therapist for “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” will be addressing today’s most pressing societal challenges through fearless, soulful conversations on her weekly show.

The Dr Robin Show” airs Sundays at 11:00 am ET.

Shelly Bell, CEO and Founder of Black Girl Ventures, will host her show alongside co-hosts Takia Ross and Sherrell Duncan. The trio will discuss topics surrounding entrepreneurship, career growth and will cover all things money, wellness and pop culture. “

The Shelly Bell Show” airs Sundays at 12:00 pm ET.

Shermichael Singleton, writer, commentator and political strategist, will host “Bigger Than Politics with Shermichael Singleton” — discussing the intersection of politics and culture.

“Bigger Than Politics with Shermichael Singleton” airs Sundays at 1:00 pm ET.

SiriusXM Urban View host and Programming Consultant Karen Hunter cannot wait to unleash the channel’s powerful, new talent onto the airwaves.

“I’m thrilled to see the continued growth of Urban View and to welcome this diverse group of experts to the team,” said Hunter in a statement. “In keeping with the channel’s mission, our new programs will elevate the national dialogue about a wide range of topics that impact the African-American community. There couldn’t be a better time to have these impactful, topical conversations, and there is no better place to have them than on Urban View.”

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