Alma Mater: Morehouse College
Graduated: 1979
Major: Mass Communication
While attending Morehouse, Spike also took film courses at Clark Atlanta University. He went on to get a Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television from NYU.

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The film offers an inside look at the University of Missouri’s football team’s boycott.

Toni Akindele
Jun, 01, 2016

Today “Spike Lee’s Lil’ Joints” returned with the hour-long docuseries “2 Fists Up,” an inside look at the University of Missouri’s football team’s boycott.

Lee’s “Lil’ Joints” debuted last February presented by ESPN Films according to The Undefeated.

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“These stories need to be told because the preservation of such historic events is extremely important,” said Marquis Daisy, ESPN Films producer.

“We are lucky that ESPN as a company really believes in the significance of sharing such vital stories, even if they may make some people uncomfortable. These films are a perfect tool for opening dialogue abut race and how we have historically interacted with one another,” he concludes.

Watch “2 Fists Up” here.

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