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Venezuela's Hyperinflation & Galician Homecoming
The Waorani tribe, which resides deep in Ecuador's rainforest, was known in the 1980s for being aggressive with Western white explorers, missionaries, and tourists. The tribe's members have become entrepreneurs by developing a chocolate endeavor that has garnered many green certifications and earned a Latin American environmental award.
Forced Sterilizations - Thousands of women in Peru in the 1990's were coerced into sterilization. Dan Collyns in Lima investigates the legacy of this controversial poverty alleviation and population program. Next: the Americas Now "Game Changer" report profiles - Saskia Nino de Rivera - an activist working among mothers and their children born in Mexican overcrowded and inadequate prisons. Finally: Our video essay looks at Urban gardening in Venezuela; a nation undergoing chronic food shortages.
First "Cuba Ecotourism" Correspondent Michael Voss (who has lived in Cuba for nearly ten years) guides viewers through the kind of tourism Cuba wants to promote as the nation targets its the most sought after customers: Americans. Next a look at luxury tourism in Brazil. High end style and what to shop for in Sao Paolo. Finally - Gerry Hadden explores the beaches of Tulum on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. In a decade it has gone from hammock heaven...to the hottest spot in the sun...full of stylish, bungalow hotels.
The Last Inca King - It was the largest empire in pre-Colombian America, extending from its center in modern-day Peru to Colombia in the north and parts of Chile and Argentina in the south. Dan Collyns goes to Cuzco Peru to explore new archaeological research on the royalty and the fate of the advanced civilization of the Incas. Next In a "Game Changer" feature, Americas Now profiles a project in Guatemala providing new fashion opportunities to people with Down's Syndrome. Finally - a video portrait of photographer Annie Leibowitz and her work on global women.