WizeWorld Volume 59

Oct 1, 2021

Welcome to the 59th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we're looking at building support systems for ourselves and others. 

  • How sugar impacts our skin health.
  • An interview with the Vancouver skateboarder Marucs Denis.
  • Now Playing: Monster
  • Scotland passes landmark education reform for LGBTQ+ history.



Femina delivers an in depth look at the ways in which sugar can deeply impact the the health of our skin.


Special Feature

Vancouver skateboarder, Marcus Denis, sits down for an interview to talk about his persistence, inspirations and support systems.



This weeks playlist is curated by Keke, a representative of Cote First Nation. Amplifying Indigenous voices in the wake of Truth and Reconciliation Day.


Good News 

Scotland becomes the first country in the world to require LGBTQ+ history be taught in schools.



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