Gloria Del Bianco and her nephew, Lou, remember her father, Luigi Del Bianco, one of... more.
Tom Domingue, who had polio as a child, tells his wife Dotty, about coming home... more.
LeKeisha Williams (L) interviews her best friend, Tia Williams.
Carol Jacques remembers growing up in Chavez Ravine, a Mexican-American neighborhood in Los Angeles that... more.
Andrea McKnight and her husband, Jay, remember meeting as teenagers in the 1950s.
Sarah Avant interviews her son Anand Hernandez.
"From the little English that we knew, my brother and I knew that we were not going to have class that day."
Jose Fernandez tells his wife, Teresita, about the first Thanksgiving he spent in the United... more.
“From the little English that we knew, my brother and I knew that we were not going to have class that day.”
Jose Fernandez tells his wife, Teresita, about the first Thanksgiving he spent in the United States.
George Edwardson tells his cousin, Doreen Simmonds, about watching his grandfather translate the New Testament... more.
George Edwardson tells his cousin, Doreen Simmonds, about watching his grandfather translate the New Testament into Inupiaq, their native language.
Two stories about teachers who went beyond the classroom to help their kids.
Laura Greenberg tells her daughter, Rebecca, about growing up in Queens during the 1950s.
John Hope Franklin, the late scholar of African American history, tells his son, John, about... more.
Samuel Taylor tells his mom, Connie Casey, about being in "ex-gay" conversion therapy as a... more.
Monica Mayer to her friend Spencer Wilkinson, Jr.
Storm Reyes tells her son, Jeremy Hagquist, about growing up in migrant farm worker camps... more.
Carlos Mosqueda tells his daughter, Cindy, about how his father healed people in their East... more.
James Ransom and Cherie Johnson remember their neighbor and Sunday school teacher.
Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez remembers how teachers changed the names of Mexican-American students during the 1950s.
Wil Smith tells his daughter, Olivia, about being a single dad in college.
Ed Miller (L) tells his son EJ (R) about his father, Ed Miller, Sr.
Adolph Carranza remembers an unusual holiday donation from the Salvation Army.