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EASTER CELEBRATION WITH THE TARAHUMARA INDIANS OF THE SIERRA MADRE IN THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA IN MEXICO. THE SIERRA MADRE IS A 500 MILE LONG MOUNTAIN RANGE THAT IS THE RICHEST BIODIVERSITY IN NORTH AMERICA. BUT THIS MAGNIFICIENT LABYRINTH OF CANYONS, PLATEAUS AND FOREST , ONCE THE PEACEFUL HOME OF TARAHUMARA INDIANS, HAS BECOME ONE OF THE MOST PRODUCTIVE DRUG GROWING AREA IN NORTH AMERICA. OPIUM POPPIES ARE GROWING ON THE SLOPES OF THE CANYON, ONLY 250 MILE FROM TEXAS...