February 9th, 2010  |  By Mary Stucky

Reporting from the Mexican village of Malinalco

Places: Americas, Mexico, Next Generation Journalism, North America  |  Issues: ,

MalnalcoVendor In one of our reports from Mexico, we’ll explain what this 83 year old woman is selling in the market in Malinalco, a village nestled in a valley several hours from Mexico City. It can’t be found in U.S. supermarkets but has been an important food in Mexico since pre-hispanic times.

(Hint: they’re not chilies.)

Coming soon from Mexico, Round Earth stories on social issues, culture and politics which will be broadcast on PRI’s The World, the World Vision Report and other outlets. We are honored to bring these stories and voices from Mexico to millions of people in the United States.

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