Darryl Downes remembers discovering his talent while serving time in Sing Sing Prison.
Jim McFarland remembers traveling from New York City to the segregated south as a boy.
Reverend Eric Williams tells his co-worker Jannette Berkley-Patton about his first experience with AIDS.
Andrea McKnight and her husband, Jay, remember meeting as teenagers in the 1950s.
Wydenia Perry and Essie Gregory, who have visited over 125 countries together, talk about their... more.
Nzingha Masani tells her friend, Noah Hairston, about receiving her name at an African naming... more.
Hasiyna Price, right, tells her cousin Danette Banks about being a teenager with scoliosis.
Reverend James Seawood remembers how African-American families were forced out of Sheridan, Arkansas, when the... more.
Reverend James Seawood remembers how African-American families were forced out of Sheridan, Arkansas, when the schools attempted to integrate.
Robert Holmes talks about his family being among the first to integrate a neighborhood in... more.
Johnnie Tyson tells her niece Sandra Fleming about growing up obese.
Phyllis Johnson tells her friend Danny Perasa about how she went from Police Department clerk... more.
Queen Jackson (R) tells her case manager, Debra MacKillop (L), how she became homeless.
Gwen Richards remembers her mother, Helen, who had Alzheimer's.
Sam Reed, a mortician and the caretaker of Atlanta's historic Oakland Cemetery, talks about how... more.
Pepper and Ron Miller talk about what led to their divorce.
Roscoe Brown, Jr., telling his friend Javier Henriquez about being a Tuskegee Airman.
Retired Memphis sanitation worker Taylor Rogers and his wife, Bessie, remember Martin Luther King Jr.'s... more.
Mary Morris remembers her husband, Thomas, one of two Washington D.C. postal workers who died... more.
Leon May, who fought as a Marine in World War II, tells his daughter... more.
Claudette Colvin remembers her childhood in Alabama.