As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages New York, Spike Lee shines a light on the city's racial justice activists amid rising police violence.
Spike Lee hears from New York lawmakers who were at the Capitol on January 6; a Queens nurse becomes the U.S.'s first COVID vaccine recipient.
Spike Lee explores the attacks of 9/11, hearing from survivors, frontline workers, and boat captains who launched a historic maritime rescue.
Though the city is united in grief in the wake of 9/11, health problems of first responders, persecution of Sikhs and Muslims underscore the impact of the tragedy; New Yorkers reflect on the hardships the city has faced.
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