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United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres says "there was no unity around the world in the strategy to fight the pandemic." Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Chief: Security Council Gridlock Blocks Effective Coronavirus Response

The coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to its knees, says U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres. He says the global body requires more enforcement mechanisms and more "appetite to bite."

Youth The Midnight
Wayside Sebastian Kamae
When the Sun Bursts Catching Flies
Inside Out Soccer Mommy
Flatiron Suzanne Kraft
Definitive Breaks Phoenix
Pink & Blue (Instrumental) Tycho

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres says "there was no unity around the world in the strategy to fight the pandemic." Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Chief: Security Council Gridlock Blocks Effective Coronavirus Response

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Three Futures Torres
Margaret Yang's Theme Mark Mothersbaugh
Them Is Us Rival Consoles
Can't Let Go, Juno Kishi Bashi

Rent the Runway has temporarily closed stores during the pandemic as customers have shied away from using its clothing rental service. Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Rent the Runway hide caption

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Who Dares To Rent A Dress Now? Coronavirus Upends The Sharing Economy

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Cariño The Marías
Time Moves Slow Badbadnotgood feat. Sam Herring
Mirror Kordan
Computer World, Pt. 2 Kraftwerk
Conscious Club Vulfpeck

White Fragility author Robin DiAngelo says the question white people should be asking themselves is not have I been shaped by race, but how have I been shaped by race? Above, protesters demonstrate in New York on June 1. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'There Is No Neutral': 'Nice White People' Can Still Be Complicit In A Racist Society

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Signal Sohn
No Woman Whitney

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