Do the Right Thing
It's the hottest day of the summer. You can do nothing, you can do something, or you can …
Summer Hits of ’89 Series Episode 3
That’s that Gold Level truth, Ruth!
Spike Lee broke down barriers for black filmmakers in Hollywood when his third film Do The Right Thing became a surprise box office success in the Summer of 1989. Does his funny and fiery look at racial tension in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood still divide audiences over the appropriate use of a garbage can? And how long did customers have to wait for a pizza delivery in the days before DoorDash? Hear “Love” and “Hate” duke it out over the airwaves when you fight the power with Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie this Spring. Donate Now
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