A trip to Cuba for an extended look at a country in transition via its traditions in dance and, in particular, ballet. Included: The people looking to the future of Cuba and shaping its path as it finds its way forward.
A trip to Mato Grosso in the Brazilian Amazon, to Cauca Valley of southwestern Colombia, and French Guiana, to meet the people taking back the land in a number of different ways, and in many cases, revolutionary.
Spotlighting the underdogs of Latin America fighting against immeasurable odds to have their voices heard, to safeguard the places they call home, and to challenge the typical stereotypes still prevalent today.
Spotlighting the ways in which outside influences can bring both good and bad effects to small, unseen communities in the developing world, especially in the desert north of Colombia and the jungle hills of rural Dominican Republic.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and Easter Island in Chile are visited to meet people making a difference through music. These change-makers find hope in destruction and explore the possibilities of culture for social rescue.