Racism, climate change and a period of deep global division — it's all on the agenda during the second day of the United Nations General Assembly.
President Biden plans to make a big move to curb the pandemic worldwide after the head of UN called out world leaders on their vaccine selfishness.
"A majority of the wealthier world vaccinated — over 90% of Africans still waiting for their first dose. These is a moral indictment of the state of our world. It is an obscenity. We pass the science test, but we are getting an F in ethics." said UN Secretary General António Guterres.
Today, President Biden is expected to announce a new deal to donate hundreds of millions of COVID vaccines to countries around the world.