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Spike Lee's 'Miracle' A Salute To Buffalo Soldiers

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Spike Lee's 'Miracle' A Salute To Buffalo Soldiers

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Spike Lee's 'Miracle' A Salute To Buffalo Soldiers

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Filmmaker Spike Lee's latest movie, Miracle at St. Anna, chronicles the lives of four members of the all-black Buffalo Soldiers Division, who are trapped behind enemy lines in Nazi-occupied Italy during World War II.

NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates recently sat down with Lee, who talks about the film's importance and his support of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama.

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