Spike Lee Wins Top Journalism Award For Hurricane Katrina Documentary
Lee was lauded alongside longtime collaborator, Sam Pollard, who produced the film, for illustrating evidence of the government's poor handling of the situation in New Orleans post-Katrina.
The awards, created in honor of CBS reporter George W. Polk who died reporting from the Greek civil war, are regarded as one of journalism's top prizes. Pollard and Lee have worked together on Mo' Better Blues, Jungle Fever, Girl 6, Clockers and Bamboozled. The pair will receive their award on April 12 at a ceremony in New York.
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