Jack Richmond tells his daughter, Reagan, about being an amputee.
Charlie Morris (L) remembers his brother's death in 1939, with his cousin Sylvester Lewis (R).
Kenneth Honeycutt tells his wife Gaye about witnessing the New London School Explosion of 1937.
94-year-old Mary Van Beke tells her son, Charles, about growing up in the 1920s.
Dr. Jim Fleming tells his daughter, Janetta, about being trapped indoors by the Great Ice Storm of 1951.
Joe Buford tells his literacy tutor, Michelle Miller, about what it was like not knowing how to read.
Elmore Nickelberry and Taylor Rogers remember why they went on strike as Memphis sanitation workers in 1968.
Retired Memphis sanitation worker Taylor Rogers and his wife, Bessie, remember Martin Luther King Jr.'s final speech.
Reverend George Turks, Jr. remembers witnessing the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike as a teenager. Click here to see a photo from the strike.
Ella Owens (L) tells her daughter, Lynn Reed, about participating in a march during the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike.
Herb Kneeland (L) tells his son Martavius Jones about being a disc jockey at WDIA in Memphis on April 4, 1968.
Kathy Dean Evans remembers the night Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
10-year-old Rahsheed McKenstry interviews his mother, Rhonetta.
Joe Hunter, who was Ray Charles' road manager, and his wife, Trudy, a back-up singer, remember falling in love.
Hector Black remembers the murder of his daughter, Patricia Nuckles, by an intruder in her home.