10-year-old Rahsheed McKenstry interviews his mother, Rhonetta.
Yvonne Logan Jones (L) and her sister Ola Mae Logan Allen remember their parents, who... more.
Yvonne Logan Jones (L) and her sister Ola Mae Logan Allen remember their parents, who migrated north in the 1940s.
New Orleans Pump Station workers Rufus Burkhalter and Bobby Brown remember the night Hurricane Katrina... more.
Judge Berryl Anderson (L) and her mother, Virginia (R), remember what Berryl was like as... more.
Master quilter Geraldine Nash (R) talks to her former math teacher, Gustina Atlas, who... more.
Jim McFarland remembers traveling from New York City to the segregated south as a boy.
72-year-old Ellaraino (R) tells her friend Baki AnNur (L) about meeting her great-grandmother for the... more.
Claudette Colvin remembers her childhood in Alabama.
Mildred Bond Roxborough, who has worked for the NAACP for more than 50 years, tells... more.
Mildred Bond Roxborough, who has worked for the NAACP for more than 50 years, tells her colleague Maxim Thorne about an ...
91-year-old Henry Belcher tells his friend Major A. Mason III about tap dancing in the... more.
John W. Taylor, Jr. talks about how New Orleans has changed since Hurricane Katrina.
Earl Reynolds Jr. tells his daughter, Ashley, about meeting James Brown at his father's barbershop... more.
Antoinette Franklin (R) and her niece, Iriel Franklin, talk about relocating to Houston after Hurricane... more.
Adrian Hawkins talks to his foster father, Horace Atwater Jr.
Queen Jackson (R) tells her case manager, Debra MacKillop (L), how she became homeless.
Dorothy Glinton tells her son, Sonari, about becoming a manager at Ford Motor Plant in... more.
John Hunter talks with two former students about what they learned playing the World Peace... more.
"I saw something that no one else could see, and that is me walking around with that big tall hat on."
Clayton Sherrod looks back to 1964, when at 19 years old he became executive chef... more.
“I saw something that no one else could see, and that is me walking around with that big tall hat on.”
Clayton Sherrod looks back to 1964, when at 19 years old he became executive chef at an all-white country club in Birmingham, ...
"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.
Veteran Grand Central Terminal ticket clerk Mike DeMeo to his colleague Clarice Brewer.