(SPECIAL MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY EPISODE!) We start with a great mix of sound from former MLKArrested Development front man Speech and Neneh Cherry and the song "Braided Hair" from the soundtrack to 1 Giant Leap (iTunes, Amazon). Then we hear the Barenaked Ladies and their cover of Public Enemy's landmark song "Fight the Power" from the soundtrack to the Coneheads (Amazon). Next, The Blind Boys of Alabama did their instant-classic "House of the Rising Sun"-styled "Amazing Grace" from their album Spirit of the Century (iTunes, Amazon). And finally Johnny Cash and The Clash's Joe Strummer teamed up to cover one of the best peace and justice songs in history, Bob Marley's "Redemption Song" from the box set Johnny Cash: Unearthed (iTunes, Amazon, Other Music). Ever wonder why the media never talks about what Dr. King was saying during his last three years of life? Find out in this article by Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. FAIR also has other enlightening MLK articles, such as his stance on Affirmative Action vs. what The Right would have you believe. The Center for American Progress has a great synopsis of the progressive mission King preached, as well as a pocket guide for explaining to people what Dr. King preached and how it is still relevant and vital.