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As the debate over vaccine nationalism continues, countries like India are in the grip of the worst stage of the pandemic and others are forging ahead with vaccine rollout. Anglican Archbishop of Southern Africa Thabo Makgoba and Seth Berkley, the CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, join Christiane Amanpour to discuss why the G7 must put people before profit and share Covid vaccines. Just two weeks ago, we spoke with Philip Roth's biographer Blake Bailey about his 900-page tome on the late literary giant. But a few days later, troubling reports emerged or rape and grooming. Bailey denies these allegations, but his publisher says it will permanently take the book out of print. Journalist and author Rebecca Traister talks about the need for transparency and accountability in institutions. The Department of Homeland Security announced on Monday it will be conducting a formal review to root out white supremacy and extremism in its ranks. Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson speaks to our Walter Isaacson about why this is so significant. And finally, artist Amy Sherald's portrait of Breonna Taylor has been widely acclaimed since it appeared in Vanity Fair and now it's on loan from The Smithsonian in an exhibit in Breonna's hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. She explains what she hopes to achieve through painting the black experience.
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