Andrea McKnight and her husband, Jay, remember meeting as teenagers in the 1950s.
Author Walter Dean Myers talks about his father in an interview with his son Christopher Myers.
Mary Johnson speaks with Oshea Israel, who killed her son in 1993.
William Anthony Cobb tells his mother, Mary, about the influence she had on him. William Anthony also talks with his sister, Valerie Foster, about their mother.
James Hanover Thompson (L) tells his brother Dwight (R) about his involvement in the "Kissing Case" of 1958.
John Klein remembers meeting the love of his life, Mary Ann Allen, with her daughter Bernice Flournoy.
Pepper and Ron Miller talk about what led to their divorce.
Linda Kenney (R) Miller and her sister Diane Kenney (L) remember their grandfather, Dr. John A. Kenney, who founded the first hospital for African Americans in Newark, NJ.
Carl McNair remembers his brother, Ronald McNair, who was one of the astronauts killed aboard the space shuttle Challenger on January 28, 1986.
Queen Jackson (R) tells her case manager, Debra MacKillop (L), how she became homeless.
Showaye Selassie (L) tells her friend Susan Greenfield (R) about an early memory of her mother.
Bryan Echols (R) and his father, Lindberg (L), talk about how their relationship has changed over time.
David Wilson, a plaintiff in the 2004 court decision legalizing same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, remembers the death of his first partner.
Judge Berryl Anderson (L) and her mother, Virginia (R), remember what Berryl was like as a child.
StoryCorps Facilitator Lillie Love talks to her friend and fellow Facilitator Anthony Knight about how her life has been different than she'd imagined.
Lillie died on June 25, 2010 in Atlanta, GA.
Zenobbie Clark (L) and her sister, Diana Carter (R), remember their brother, Samuel "Bubba" Hammond Jr., who was shot in the back and killed during the Orangeburg Massacre of 1968.
Colbert Williams (R) talks with Ralph Catania (L), his fifth grade math teacher who later became his legal guardian, about going to live with Ralph at the age of 15.
Nathan Williams, 15, interviews his father, Colbert, 30, about being a single parent.
Gwen Richards remembers her mother, Helen, who had Alzheimer's.