The Theme Of Racism In Ed Guerrero's 'Do The Right Thing'

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to the disdainful and vainglorious individual that incited the ultimate showdown betweenRadio Raheem and Sal. The book Framing Blackness by Ed Guerrero, depicts “Do the Right Thing” as agreat movie, important for making everyday racism the object of attention for a littlewhile. However, it criticizes the film in a way that I wasn’t expecting. It seems to havecontempt for the piece in the sense that the author believes that Spike Lee was doing thesame thing with sensitive issues that Hollywood has always done. He says that he merelypresents the how of racism and doesn’t delve into the much more necessary topic of
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