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    Updated on Jun 1, 2020. Posted on May 28, 2020

    News O'Clock: George Floyd Didn’t Have To Die

    Minneapolis police killed a black man named George Floyd, and now the city is dealing with the aftermath. The US has officially hit 100,000 COVID-19 deaths. We talk with Amber McReynolds, CEO of Vote at Home, how to vote safely this fall. And to decompress from all the terrible, we list some of our favorite Sesame Street songs featuring celebrity guests.

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    The date... May 28! The time... News O'Clock!

    News O'Clock

    On Monday, Minneapolis police killed a black man named George Floyd during an arrest. Now, the city is dealing with the aftermath.

    The US has officially hit 100,000 COVID-19 related deaths, but some people think that count is actually too low...

    Plus, we still have to vote this fall, but how do we do that safely? Amber McReynolds, CEO of Vote at Home, helps us make sense of the debate surrounding mail-in voting.

    And finally, to decompress from all the terrible, we list some of our favorite Sesame Street songs featuring celebrity guests.
    (hint: one of them is the Destiny's Child bop below)

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    Lastly, if you have thoughts on mail-in voting, want to send us a link to your favorite Sesame Street song, or have anything at all that you want to share with us, feel free to send us an email: newsoclock@buzzfeed.com! You can either write down your brilliant opinion OR, even better, record it as a voice memo. You can email it to us or DM us on Twitter — we’re @NewsOClock.

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