Norman White to his son, Nome Poem.
Ella Owens (L) tells her daughter, Lynn Reed, about participating in a march during the... more.
Omar Leech (R) tells his friend Lenear Pryor about life as a gang member.
Claudette Colvin remembers her childhood in Alabama.
John Klein remembers meeting the love of his life, Mary Ann Allen, with her daughter... more.
Zenobbie Clark (L) and her sister, Diana Carter (R), remember their brother, Samuel "Bubba" Hammond... more.
Colbert Williams (R) talks with Ralph Catania (L), his fifth grade math teacher who later... more.
Andrea McKnight and her husband, Jay, remember meeting as teenagers in the 1950s.
Earl Reynolds Jr. tells his daughter, Ashley, about meeting James Brown at his father's barbershop... more.
Phyllis Johnson tells her friend Danny Perasa about how she went from Police Department clerk... more.
James Ransom and Cherie Johnson remember their neighbor and Sunday school teacher.
Joe Hunter, who was Ray Charles' road manager, and his wife, Trudy, a back-up singer,... more.
Tyrese Graham remembers his first day as a teacher at John Marshall Metropolitan High School... more.
George Robinson tells his daughter, Katie, about meeting his biological father after searching for more... more.
George Robinson tells his daughter, Katie, about meeting his biological father after searching for more than 40 years.
Darryl Downes remembers discovering his talent while serving time in Sing Sing Prison.
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.
Tyondra Newton to her youth counselor, Sally Nixon.
Nathan Williams, 15, interviews his father, Colbert, 30, about being a single parent.
Queen Jackson (R) tells her case manager, Debra MacKillop (L), how she became homeless.
Donald Taylor tells his son Cheo about falling in love with Cheo's mother, Doris.