Tribal identities continue to play a role in social and political rifts in many parts of the world, even erupting into outright conflict. In the southern African nation of Zambia, a younger generation now attempts to bridge the gap between different tribes. But long-held stereotypes make it difficult for Zambians to discard their tribal identity entirely. Zambian journalist and radio host Angel Bwalya Kasabo introduces us to two Zambian families who come from different tribes–the Tonga and Bemba–that have intermarried. These Zambian families have crossed not only tribal borders, but their own borders of prejudice. Their experiences can bring understanding about how to break through tension and misunderstanding between families in a polarized society.