A.P. Tureaud Jr. (R) tells his friend Steven Walkley (L) about becoming the first African-American... more.
George Hill remembers being homeless. Hill has been off the streets for 10 years.
Earl Reynolds Jr. tells his daughter, Ashley, about meeting James Brown at his father's barbershop... more.
Sharon Holley, a retired librarian, tells her husband, Kenneth, about preparing for her career at... more.
Nathan Williams, 15, interviews his father, Colbert, 30, about being a single parent.
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley tells his son Jonathan about a year that shaped his life.
100-year-old Arthur Winston tells his great-grandnephew, Eric Givens, about working for 72 years.
Murray Brown tells her friend Kerrie Cotten Williams about being a nursing student in a... more.
John Hunter talks with two former students about what they learned playing the World Peace... more.
Herman Blake and his brother Sidney remember their childhood during the 1940s.
Pepper and Ron Miller talk about what led to their divorce.
Darryl Downes remembers discovering his talent while serving time in Sing Sing Prison.
Joe Buford tells his literacy tutor, Michelle Miller, about what it was like not knowing... more.
Samuel Black tells his wife, Edda Fields-Black, about his father, who operated a boiler room.
91-year-old Henry Belcher tells his friend Major A. Mason III about tap dancing in the... more.