Native Americans and the US-Canada Border with Guntram Herb and Patricia LeBon Herb


More than fifty indigenous nations are separated by the international border between the United States and Canada. Most Americans and Canadians are unaware of the divisive e ect of the border on native homelands. Guntram Herb and Patricia LeBon Herb will narrate the story of indigenous peoples in the borderlands. They will o er a brief history of colonization, what they gleaned during a 25,000-mile border journey from Maine to Alaska and point to the remarkable endurance and strength of Native peoples in North America.

This is the final program in the series titled Voices of Indigenous Peoples for Community and Healing. Special thanks to our partner Kent District Library (KDL).