Salute to Spike Lee for 25 Years of Do The Right Thing (Video)

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Last week (6/30) marked the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee’s landmark film, Do The Right Thing. Here’s a look at the Brooklyn filmmaker discussing the film and its impact, 25 years later, with the Huffington Post’s Marc Lamont Hill.

When the film was released in 1989, film critic Roger Ebert stated that it “[c]omes closer to reflecting the current state of race relations in America than any other movie of our time.” How much do you think has changed since then?

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