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PBS NewsHour full episode, June 9, 2020

Tuesday on the NewsHour, George Floyd is laid to rest in Houston, but protests against police violence — and demands for change — go on. Plus: Race relations in the U.S. military, the experiences of black journalists covering protests of racism, Republicans attack the integrity of voting by mail, how Vietnam has contained the coronavirus and the pandemic’s effect on the global film industry.

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‘He’s gonna change the world’: George Floyd laid to rest

News Wrap: UN General Assembly won’t convene in September

Why military hasn’t made more progress on overcoming racism

Coverage of protests illuminates journalism’s race problem

The truth about vote-by-mail and fraud

How Vietnam’s authoritarian government contained COVID-19

How pandemic has put film industry in ‘state of paralysis’

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