June 2020 issue of Time Magazine featuring "Special Report: A Nation Torn. White People Will Not Save Us," by Eddie S. Glaude Jr. Additional articles include "The View from the Ground," featuring photographs and reflections on the protests across the country; "In a Nation Turned Tinderbox the President Fans the Flames," by Alex Altman; "Organizing Change," by Josiah Bates and Lissandra Villa with photographs by Patience Zalanga; "Viewpoints," by Mikki Kendall and Britney Cooper; "The Fate of Hong Kong: The City is the New Front in the Battle between the U.S. and China," by Laignee Barron; "Autonomy Equals Prosperity," by Joshua Wong and Glacier Kwong; "Books: Summer Reading Month by Month;" "Television: The Doctors at Lenox Hill; the Gray Areas of 'I May Destroy You;' the infomercials of 'Dear...'; "Movies: A Riveting Elizabeth Moss in 'Shirley; early Lin-Manuel Miranda raps in 'We Are Freestyle Love Supreme;" "7 Questions for the NFL's Eric Reid; "Conversation;" "For the Record;" "Business Helps the U.S. Get Back into Orbit;" "The Coronavirus Warning from Peru;" "Consequences of Withdrawing from the WHO;" "Milestones: Dr. Anthony Fauci on Larry Kramer; Jr on artist Christo;" "TIME with Fox News Anchor Chris Wallace;" "Don't Stick a Fork in Meat Yet;" "Ian Bremmer on Trump's G-7 Wish List;" "N.T. Wright on Missing Church;" "Susanna Schrobsdorff on Guilt and Confinement;" "Daniel Jonce Evans on Paperwork and Grief;" "Roger McNamee on Making Social Media Answer for Itself." Additonal photographs by Malike Sibide. Cover painting by Titus Kaphar for TIME.