Spike Lee on Black Men in the Age of Obama

Award-winning filmmaker Spike Lee, who's celebrating the 20th anniversary of his groundbreaking film Do the Right Thing, considers Barack Obama's effect on Hollywood and young Black boys.



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The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Spike Lee. Lee's most recent film, Passing Strange, airs on PBS, and he is currently working on a sequel to Inside Man. For more information on Black Men in the Age of President Obama, log on to CNN.com.

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