Entertainer Stevie Wonder has a new job thanks to the United Nations.  The world body has named the Grammy Award winner a “messenger of peace.”  The title is given to celebrities who promote UN activities and ideals through public appearances and media contacts.  UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon describes Wonder as, quote, “a true inspiration to young people all over the world about what can be achieved despite any physical limitations.”  Ban says the 59-year-old entertainer, who’s blind, has consistently used his voice to “improve the lives of those less fortunate.” 

Stevie Wonder has logged 32 singles that have topped the music charts, he’s sold more than 100-million records and won 25 Grammy Awards.