Welcome to the 44th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we’re simply recognizing what needs to be done.
- A deep dive into the horror of processed food.
- An interview with skateboarder Pierre-Yves Frappier.
- A mellow mix of upbeat strings and snazzy percussion.
- Juneteenth finally becoming a federal holiday in the United States.
An exposé from the BBC, examines how processed foods have transformed from beacons of innovation to havens of unhealthiness.
Quebec skateboarder Pierre-Yves Frappier sits down to talk about motivation, health and sobriety.
Artist Pendamental delivers a high energy, yet incredibly mellow mix that clocks in at about eighty minutes. It's got a transfixing combination of acoustic strings and soft percussion to soothe the mind.
The US Senate has unanimously passed a bill along to the House that would finally recognize Juneteenth -- the date upon which chattel slavery in the US was eliminated -- as a federal holiday.
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