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Did you miss Russell Simmons on the "Larry King Now" show? If so, check out a written recap and video linkage below.

Did you know? Hip-hop icon Russell Simmons recently talked gay rights/politics & music industry on the "Larry King Now" show via Ora.tv.

Russell Simmons wants to do for meditation what he did for hip hop: make it mainstream. The business magnate and industry icon discusses the power of a quiet mind, of Justin Bieber and of persistence in this wise and wide-ranging interview tonight on Larry King Live.

Among many topics, Russell Simmons discusses segregation in Hollywood: “It’s still a sad reality of Hollywood. Can you name a black agent?”

Simmons summarizes his many entrepreneur endeavors and why he has “this belief that you cannot fail until you quit.”

Social activism and celebrities using their influence to bring about necessary change – including being involved with the Occupy movement – is important to Russell Simmons: "Once something goes pop, once it goes commercial, when everybody's talking about it, then politicians have to move...Our democracy is deeply flawed."

Be sure to watch the full episode anytime, go to www.ora.tv/larrykingnow or www.hulu.com/larry-king-now.

Did you know? Now in its second season, Larry King Now is a daily show available online Monday through Friday on Ora.tv and Hulu. On Hulu.com, the show is the top viewed for original programming, with over 30 million views a month.

In February 2014, Larry King Nowhad over 4.6 million views total between Ora.tv and Hulu. To date, the show has 6.5 million views on YouTube.

Past Larry King guests include: Oprah, Ashton Kutcher, Dalai Lama, Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, Denzel Washington, Matthew McConaughey, Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Jessica Biel, Susan Sarandon, Seth MacFarlane, Morgan Freeman, Colin Farrell, Betty White, Snoop Lion, Cast of Walking Dead, Seth Green, Jimmy Kimmel, Floyd Mayweather, Danica Patrick, Chris Kluwe, Dana White, Chad Johnson, WWE Superstars, Billy Crystal, Wiz Khalifa, Sharon Stone, Jane Lynch, Hugh Laurie, Bill Hader, Jessica Alba, Donald Rumsfeld, Hugh Laurie, 50 Cent, Backstreet Boys, Oliver Stone, Craig Ferguson, Megan McCain, Edward Norton, Cast of Breaking Bad, Celine Dion and more!

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