Yelitza Castro talks with her friend Willie Davis about serving meals to the homeless community in Charlotte, North Carolina for the past three years.
Talana Banks and her brother, Willie, talk with their mother, Chief Warrant Officer Felicia Banks, about her deployment to Iraq in 2005 and their life as an Army family.
Tracy Johnson and her mother in-law, Sandra Johnson, talk about the death of their wife and daughter, Army Staff Sergeant Donna Johnson.
Howell Graham, one of the longest-surviving double-lung transplant patients, tells his mother, Nan, about the days after his surgery.
75-year-old Julian Walker tells his daughter, Julia Walker Jewell, about an accident his father had as a young boy.
James Hanover Thompson (L) tells his brother Dwight (R) about his involvement in the "Kissing Case" of 1958.
Lawrence Anthony (L), who has been cutting hair for over 60 years, and fellow barber David Shirley (R), talk about their work.
Magician Ricky Boone, who has a rare bone disorder, tells his friend Patti Barber about learning magic.
Cynthia Rahn remembers trying to complete a kindergarten class project.
Edwin Lanier Jr., who is homeless, to his friend David Wright.
First Lieutenant Thomas Nelson and his wife, Lauren, talk about their first year of marriage.
Former tobacco auctioneers Gregg Goins and Steve Nelms talk about their work.