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Spike Lee Releases Short Film on Police Brutality

Titled ‘3 Brothers – Radio Raheem, Eric Garner and George Floyd.’

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Spike Lee Releases Short Film on Police Brutality

Titled ‘3 Brothers – Radio Raheem, Eric Garner and George Floyd.’

Legendary director Spike Lee has responded to the killing of George Floyd and countless other unarmed Black men with a short film addressing police brutality. Titled 3 Brothers – Radio Raheem, Eric Garner and George Floyd, the clip shows the death of three Black men at the hands of white police officers: Eric Garner, George Floyd and Radio Raheem, a fictional character from Lee’s movie Do The Right Thing.

Lee previously spoke about the death of George Floyd on a CNN special, I Can’t Breathe: Black Men Living and Dying In America. ”This is history again, and again and again…The attack on Black bodies has been here from the get-go,” the director told CNN’s Don Lemon during the segment.

Watch Spike Lee’s 3 Brothers – Radio Raheem, Eric Garner and George Floyd below.

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