Omar Leech (R) tells his friend Lenear Pryor about life as a gang member.
10-year-old Rahsheed McKenstry interviews his mother, Rhonetta.
Theresa Burroughs tells her daughter Toni Love about registering to vote.
Carl McNair remembers his brother, Ronald McNair, who was one of the astronauts killed aboard... more.
Mary Johnson speaks with Oshea Israel, who killed her son in 1993.
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley tells his son Jonathan about a year that shaped his life.
Reginald Mason remembers growing up in Harlem with his mother during the 1970s.
Leon May, who fought as a Marine in World War II, tells his daughter... more.
Claudette Colvin remembers her childhood in Alabama.
Master quilter Geraldine Nash (R) talks to her former math teacher, Gustina Atlas, who... more.
New York City Subway Conductor Paquita Williams talks to one of her passengers, Laura Lane,... more.
John Hope Franklin, the late scholar of African American history, tells his son, John, about... more.
Wydenia Perry and Essie Gregory, who have visited over 125 countries together, talk about their... more.
Robert Holmes talks about his family being among the first to integrate a neighborhood in... more.
James Ransom and Cherie Johnson remember their neighbor and Sunday school teacher.
Charlie Morris (L) remembers his brother's death in 1939, with his cousin Sylvester Lewis (R).
Jim McFarland remembers traveling from New York City to the segregated south as a boy.
George Hill remembers being homeless. Hill has been off the streets for 10 years.
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.