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Brooklyn Brownstone Vandalized After Spike Lee’s Remarks

“Do the Right Thing” was spray-painted on a brownstone next to the home of Bill Lee, the father of Spike Lee, who recently spoke out against gentrification in the neighborhood of Fort Greene. Dianne Mackenzie, who owns the house, believes the vandalism is connected to Lee’s comments. (Photo: courtesy NY1)

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