Protests remain festive in Brazil

Students take part in a demonstration at Praca da Se, in Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 18, 2013, against a recent rise in public bus and subway fare from 3 to 3.20 reais (1.50 USD). President Dilma Rousseff vowed Tuesday to listen to youths staging Brazil's biggest protests in 20 years in an outpouring of anger over the huge cost of staging events like the World Cup. AFP PHOTO/Miguel SCHINCARIOLMiguel Schincariol/AFP/Getty Images. S023261304
Students take part in a demonstration at Praca da Se, in Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 18, 2013, against a recent rise in public bus and subway fare from 3 to 3.20 reais (1.50 USD). President Dilma Rousseff vowed Tuesday to listen to youths staging Brazil's biggest protests in 20 years in an outpouring of anger over the huge cost of staging events like the World Cup. AFP PHOTO/Miguel SCHINCARIOLMiguel Schincariol/AFP/Getty Images. S023261304

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As the protests in Brazil grow, many wonder if they will become a nationwide movement. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.