Grant Fuller reports from southern Mexico on disillusioned Zapatista youths who are ready to give up the movement's anti-capitalist ideals to try and make some money for themselves as laborers in upscale beach resorts like Cancun.
African music and culture live on in parts of Mexico, in communities where the descendants of African slaves live. But it's disappearing as older community members die. Myles Estey and Grant Fuller begin our story in the Costa Chica town of Lo de Soto.
The Zapatistas, an army of indigenous campesinos, took Mexico by surprise in 1994. Today, the Zapatistas remain determined as their movement continues its slow course. The World's Grant Fuller has the story.