"What are the most important lessons that you've learned thus far in life? Granted, I know you're only twelve."
Melva Hightower and her nephew, Tyler, interview each other.
Retired teacher George Lengel remembers growing up in the company town of Roebling, NJ.
Debbie Watterson talks with her 10-year-old son, Mitchel, about being an older brother to his... more.
Paul Crowley (L) talks with his friend and fellow veteran Anthony Bravo Esparza (R), who... more.
Tony Perri tells his grandson, Jeffrey about coming out as a gay man.
Cynthia Rahn remembers trying to complete a kindergarten class project.
Dr. John Bancroft, a pediatrician, tells his daughter Carolyn about a memorable patient.
Edwin Lanier Jr., who is homeless, to his friend David Wright.
Walt Shaffner and his sister Mary Fischer remember their parents.
Cindy White tells her friend Eric Ernsberger about being diagnosed HIV positive shortly after meeting... more.
Alexis Buss talks with Roy Wilbur (L), her father Larry Buss' (R) partner, about being... more.
Carlos Mosqueda tells his daughter, Cindy, about how his father healed people in their East... more.
Mary Caplan tells her friend Emily Collazo about her brother's death from AIDS in the... more.
Reverend Robert Crum tells his wife, Linda, about a shelter he helped to create.
Barbara Cooper (L) tells her mother, Jody Houston (R), about living with a form of... more.
81-year-old Virginia Fairbrother tells her daughter, Laurel Kaae, a story from the Depression.
72-year-old Ellaraino (R) tells her friend Baki AnNur (L) about meeting her great-grandmother for the... more.
"One day some guy showed up to him and said, 'We're going to make some movie. Can you write a script?'"
Chin-Ju Li tells his daughter, Julia, about his father, the filmmaker Pingqian Li.
Karen Washabau tells her husband, Dave, about her late aunt, Mary Elizabeth Ford, known as... more.
Ronin Su to his girlfriend, Ada Chan.