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What 'Do The Right Thing' Means 20 Years Later

In 1989, Spike Lee's film Do the Right Thing captured the racial tensions of urban America.

Chicago Tribune columnist Dawn Turner Trice explores to what extent the film still portrays the racial divide 20 years after its debut.

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