Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing’ Is 30 Years Old

Dr. Vibe asks three African American male thought leaders if there have been any changes with race relations in America in the last thirty years since the release of Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing”

Dr. Vibe asks Melvin Lars, Ryan Singh and Ikey Raw for their comments on the following stories:

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About the video:

What begins as an uproarious comedy evolves into a provocative, disquieting drama as director Spike Lee chronicles trivial events that bring festering racial tensions to the surface on a sweltering day in a largely black Brooklyn neighborhood. After a number of minor misunderstandings — and an effort to boycott the local pizza parlor — a young man (Bill Nunn) lies dead, the pizzeria lies in ashes, and the racial schism is wider than ever.

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