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Last week, Mayor de Blasio gave a key to Spike Lee.
From 9/11 to the pandemic, NYC EPICENTERS 9/11➔2021½ "is an epic chronicle" of the past twenty years in what Lee calls "the greatest city on this God’s earth."
The classic, Oscar-nominated movie by Spike Lee is set in Brooklyn on the hottest day of the year.
"Every New Yorker deserves a chance to get back in the game, and all of New York deserves a leader who can bring the city together and solve this crisis," he says.
"People are fed up and people are tired of the debasing, the killing of black bodies. That’s what this country is built upon.”
Spike Lee called his three minute short video on Instagram "plain and simple."
"I'm being harassed by James Dolan. I don't know why."
This year's event was a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Lee's classic film 'Do The Right Thing,' taking place on one of the very blocks where the movie was shot in Bed-Stuy.
Spike Lee's Best Adapted Screenplay win and speech at last night's Oscars was one of the feel-good moments of the evening. So of course Trump had to take a dump on it.
It's part of a six-film Spike Lee series running from Friday Nov. 30th through next Wednesday Dec. 5th.
For the eighth consecutive year, writer, director, and proud son of Brooklyn Spike Lee threw a big party to celebrate the life of Michael Jackson, who would have been 60 this year.
The community policing ads that Lee's company worked on ran earlier this year.
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