Sandwiched in between her first day of eighth grade Thursday, Mo’ne Davis had a “pretty cool” start to September, including a meeting with Jackie Robinson’s daughter, Sharon, and movie director Spike Lee when the Davis traveling caravan stopped at the MLB Fan Cave in Greenwich Village Friday.
Do you agree?? Filmmaker Spike Lee says the fatal shooting of unarmed Ferguson teenager Michael Brown is indicative of a national “war on the black male,” and that the “uprising” in Missouri is a response to years of racial tension
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Ten days after police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, an 18-year-old African-American, in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, black filmmaker Spike Lee added his voice to the tumult over the incident. During Tuesday...Show More Summary
Pharrell Williams' "Voice" could cost him a million dollars.Mr. Happy is being sued by the producer of his uber-successful YouTube show, "ARTST TLK" .... featuring interviews with big celebs like Spike Lee, Usher and Tony Hawk. The 12 episodes…
"Uprising" was the word that was used around here for the Wisconsin protests.
WELL, THAT’S ADMIRABLE: Spike Lee On Ferguson, MO: ‘I Just Hope That Things Will Really Blow Up.’
Spike Lee has never been shy about sharing his opinion of how Black people are treated in America, and his latest comments prove this. While sitting with CNN host Anderson Cooper, the famed director suggests that there is a war
After a week of rioting and confrontations in Ferguson, Missouri, filmmaker Spike Lee said he hoped that "things will really blow up" if Officer Darren Wilson is tried and the people of Ferguson are unhappy with the verdict. Lee made...Show More Summary
Spike Lee’s masterpiece Do the Right Thing turned 25 years old this summer, and as you may have noticed,… Read More
That’s a semi-serious question. Semi-serious because I don’t really think there’s a “war” on anyone in America. Yet and still, if there’s a war, who’s waging it? Spike Lee doesn’t exactly say… Filmmaker Spike Lee weighed in on the death...Show More Summary
Tuesday on CNN producer Spike Lee accused a recent caller on The Dana Show of being a fraud. Lee was discussing the rioting and looting in Ferguson when he said this. Yesterday, when they know the autopsy is coming out … Continue reading ?
Tuesday on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360," director Spike Lee argued there is a bigger "war on black males" and that the Michael Brown case is tapping into that larger rage. Lee said, "Many people thought that the moment that President Obama put his hand on Abraham Lincoln's bible and took the oath, racism would disappear, gone, for the post-racial era. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Spike Lee joined Anderson Cooper live on CNN Tuesday in order to express his outrage over the police action against protesters in Ferguson, Missouri in the 10 days following the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by a police officer there.
Spike Lee “Something Smells BAD In Ferguson And It’s Not Just Tear Gas!” Movie producer Spike Lee was on CNN tonight and weighed in on the Ferguson protests and riots. Lee said, “Something smells back in Ferguson and it’s not … Continue reading ?
Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem in Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing One of the most interesting things about art is how it can serve as a cultural milestone, and in many ways art proves the truth of William Faulkner's quote that "the past is...Show More Summary
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Spike Lee's masterpiece is as relevant today as it was 25 years ago.
Longtime New York Knicks fan Spike Lee had custom-made foamposite shoes made for him two years ago, but it looks like they'll be available to the public in the near future. According to SoleCollector.com, the Knicks-themed foamposite will be set to be released as early as this fall. Show More Summary
Comedian Katt Williams has a new comedy special premiering on HBO this weekend. Directed by Spike Lee, "Priceless: Afterlife" is his second HBO stand-up special. Above, Williams talks about the work that went into the special. "For me, everytihng has to be set up right.... Show More Summary