With the New York primary coming up, Spike Lee and Bernie Sanders--the filmmaker and the politician--sat down and talked about politics and the state of our nation. At the 15 minute mark, the two Brooklyn natives turned to education (something that undoubtedly concerns many readers here) and the importance of making our public universities actually accessible to the public. Such a radical thought? You can read a transcript of the conversation over at The Hollywood Reporter.
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