Welcome to the fourth volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity.
From writer Omar Tate of Bon Apetít, delve into a deeper understanding of what it means to overcome and resist through joy. Examine how Black communities persist through one of the most publicized summer's of police brutality by using food.
From PBS, watch an unflinching documentary about resiliency and sacrifice in poverty stricken neighbourhoods across the state of Ohio, during a pandemic.
Artist, Born in Mexico released this mix just five months ago, overflowing with variations of deep house, synth and vapourware, never skimping on rhythm or groove.
Maja Antoine-Onikoyi, a 20-year-old activist from Watford has put together an education initiate that sends Black history books, poetry and other resources on criminal justice reform, and Black literature to those who can't afford them.
We hope you enjoy these hand-picked weekly gems. From the Wize team to you, thank you.