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- “My mom was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's.”
Rebecca Posamentier (R) reflects on an interview she recorded with her mother, Carol Kirsch (L). Read more...
Recorded in Lafayette, CA
- “I went as macho as I could be to mask what I was underneath. ”
Alexis Martinez (L) tells her daughter, Lesley Etherly Martinez (R), about being a transgender woman. Read more...
Recorded in Chicago, IL
- “When I was growing up, the emphasis was on being able to get a job.”
Herman Blake and his brother Sidney remember their childhood during the 1940s. Read more...
Recorded in New York, NY
- “By the time I was in the second grade, everyone was calling me Raymond.”
Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez remembers how teachers changed the names of Mexican-American students during the 1950s.
Recorded in San Diego, CA
- “Let's talk about Miss Devine.”
James Ransom and Cherie Johnson remember their neighbor and Sunday school teacher.
Recorded in Sarasota, FL
- “We'd known death but not like this.”
Hector Black remembers the murder of his daughter, Patricia Nuckles, by an intruder in her home.
Recorded in Nashville, TN