Spike Lee – Making History Current with “Da 5 Bloods” | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on June 12, 2020

Spike Lee discusses his new film “Da 5 Bloods,” the urgent need to highlight the history of Black oppression in America and why he’s energized by the progress of the current moment. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #SpikeLee

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  • angelsbecca 1 year ago

    Love it if you two went out .. cheers honey

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  • fassil kiros 1 year ago

    what makes America Uglier than it is Glorious is, the Engaging of relentless whites in direct Racism and/or tolerating it for to long with all the damage to their Psyche, being exposed to the modern reality of the 21 Century ! For what ? Self hate ? fear of what ? Is it a Manliness thing or the fantasy of endless domination and the circumstances heathy for a Human Soul ? I strongly doubt it. In my opinion, it is a very self distructive, and distructive to other human beings specially when you have all the Technology, the Guns, Planes,etc.. But But But even a Bully will have to grow, change and move on. Or he will be embarassed by those he had oppressed and underestimated at some critical point. A very dystopian attitude in todays Human world of open knowledge and humanity´s sense of Justice and Fairness. There is no Planet B, so obviously no Plan B for Humans and others, so shape up people, there is no fantasia land to escape to for Real.. Just look at the energized global movement for Justice, Respect and Fair treatment of all Life and Climate on our Planet Earth. Their fears and worries are catalyst for a better and really positive change. Because there is a lot of progressive forward Thinking of Inclusiveness and Sustainability , of Humanity and Care which is involved.

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  • Miguel Gomes 1 year ago

    Spike lee is underrated.

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  • Kayla Murray 1 year ago

    God I love spike Lee!

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  • Linda Churchyard 1 year ago

    Thank you!!!

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  • Robert D. Illing 1 year ago

    It said best by the artist Prosak in b
    Blood Paved Road. “We stole the country from one race with out a second glance. The kidnapped another race and forced them to harvest the lands. Could it be bad karma from our founding forefathers that’s comeing back to haunt us.”

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  • Robert Hodge 1 year ago

    Trevor knows. He had to hide from Police until he was old enough to leave South Africa. America is very lucky to have him here. We can trust him to tell the true story and that will set us free. Everyone needs to adopt a son or daughter like him. He does not know but, He’s my adopted son, and I will gladly share him with the world, because he is what the world needs. Go with God my son. Share the truth we need to see.

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  • uda kc 1 year ago

    Agent orange?

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  • Lee Nekuta 1 year ago

    Trevor speak about this Namibian country in Africa….

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  • ZERO FUX FOR LEFT TARDZ 1 year ago

    R.I.P DAVID DORN, A REAL
    AMERICAN HERO /z

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  • Dee Scott 1 year ago

    Spike lee the GOAT

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  • QRANGE MONSTER 1 year ago

    **JIM CROW UAINTBLK JOE 2020**
    #COMEJERKMYMALARKEY 👊👈

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  • Amy Eberhardt 1 year ago

    I love this interview!

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  • A FreeOne 1 year ago

    Trevor Noah is a culture vulture

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  • G P 1 year ago

    I love his energy!!! Can’t wait for the movie.😊😊

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  • Owen Mohler 1 year ago

    The Knicks stopping means that Spike doesn’t have to miss a game

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  • 4valhallA 1 year ago

    “This country doesn’t fight for us?” If you line the white men who died in the civil war it would reach the moon.

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  • So WhoIsMilton 1 year ago

    Trevor speaks Narrative from the Power ! Noah Ignores the devastation of his own People back in Africa. And Spike Lee still hasn’t made a better black film than Quentin Tarantino . . .

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  • Qhamisa Feketshane 1 year ago

    Wow 👏 👏 👏

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  • ZERO FUX FOR LEFT TARDZ 1 year ago

    I WENT FOR A JOG WITH LEE AND
    DID THE RIGHT THING, GOT MYSELF
    A LARGE SCREEN HD TV /z

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  • Geneva Scott 1 year ago

    Thank you! We built this bitch! I ain’t moving but I will travel!

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  • WhatSarahLikes1 1 year ago

    Tell me what 1619 on his hat stands for?

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  • A H 1 year ago

    I will repeat what someone already said – “This movie is a mess, they should have stick to a more realistic story on black soldiers during Vietnam war”. ADOS deserves better Spike Lee, many ADOS Vietnam Vets are still alive and the shout out to BLM has NO PLACE in this movie.

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  • Katerina Nikopoulou 1 year ago

    Such energy! How enriching this interview is! Glad I got to watch it.

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  • Wind Singer 1 year ago

    Spike, what kind of junk did you produce?

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  • TAMIKA KEENE 1 year ago

    I think Spike was already Drinking… Ni**a was lit!!!!!

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  • M Valdez 1 year ago

    What Gems! Spike is a linguistic genius…agent orange…AC….new terms in my vocab

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  • clamour incessant 1 year ago

    Spike Lee is very entertaining, while passionately expressing the truth.

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  • Will Prather 1 year ago

    Spike Lee Your A Wonderful Guy’ Appreciate You My Brother’ Next Time You Make A Movie Put Me In It Seriously’ Hit Me Up Brother, Need A Way Out Of This Poverty’ God Bless

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  • xxxDREADEDxxx 1 year ago

    Racists and their entitlement pathology genuinely believe that they’re entitled to tell us how to think. They repeatedly view these videos and give thumbs down because we’re not expected to think or express anything outside of their realm of comfort…….so f#@king pathetic.

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  • Jon Guinta 1 year ago

    Spike Lee sucks.

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  • alicia burney 1 year ago

    ❗👁❗🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾👽🌍🇺🇸👍🏾🤓😁💪🏿💜😘🕊🕊🕊🕊😎😎😎😎😎😎😎

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  • alicia burney 1 year ago

    💜

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  • Charlene Walker 1 year ago

    continued blessings to both of you, and LOVE each of you equally

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  • Greg Foles 1 year ago

    I strongly recommend this movie. A story about our war veterans that should be seen by all. It may well be Spike Lee’s best work. And Delroy Lindo’s performance is epic.

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  • Beverly McGhee 1 year ago

    I saw the movie and I watched it twice! Great job Spike!

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  • blase correa 1 year ago

    Spike Lee is the most important filmmaker in the history of filmmaking

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  • Simplymck 1 year ago

    Excellent, excellent Movie. Must watch again.

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  • biggmonie 1 year ago

    AC!😂😂😂

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  • Lanuiiohu Sukikiya 1 year ago

    Go Move to Communist Vietnam………..and see if they have free elections there

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