Elmore Nickelberry and Taylor Rogers remember why they went on strike as Memphis sanitation workers... more.
Theresa Burroughs tells her daughter Toni Love about registering to vote.
Twenty-three-year-old Tierra Jackson talks to John Horan, the president of her high school, about what... more.
Two teenage sisters, whose names are withheld to respect their privacy, remember confiding in each... more.
Peter Obetz (L) talks to his best friend, Jeff Jarrett (R), about being diagnosed with... more.
Erin Ryan remembers her father, Congressman Leo Ryan, who was assassinated in 1978 while on... more.
Herb Kneeland (L) tells his son Martavius Jones about being a disc jockey at WDIA... more.
Queen Jackson (R) tells her case manager, Debra MacKillop (L), how she became homeless.
Mary Ellen Noone remembers a story from her great-grandmother.
Lillian Howell, 89, tells her son Thomas about moving from Ohio to Virginia during the... more.
Kenneth Honeycutt tells his wife Gaye about witnessing the New London School Explosion of 1937.
Edwin Lanier Jr., who is homeless, to his friend David Wright.
Barbara Esrig remembers the car accident that nearly took her life.
Sylvia Mendez (L), 73, talks to her sister Sandra Mendez Duran (R), 59, about Mendez... more.
Sylvia Mendez (L), 73, talks to her sister Sandra Mendez Duran (R), 59, about Mendez v. Westminster, their family's 1945 lawsuit that won ...
94-year-old Mary Van Beke tells her son, Charles, about growing up in the 1920s.
Carlos Rocha, an inmate at Danville Correctional Center in Illinois, talks about a murder he... more.
Ayodeji Ogunniyi remembers how the murder of his father led him to a new career.
Ezra Awumey to his grandfather, Sam Harmon.
Dee Dickson remembers trying to get a job as a shipyard electrician in the 1970s.
Gladys and Carolina de la Torre remember their older sister Azucena who was killed in... more.