"What are the most important lessons that you've learned thus far in life? Granted, I know you're only twelve."
Melva Hightower and her nephew, Tyler, interview each other.
A.P. Tureaud Jr. (R) tells his friend Steven Walkley (L) about becoming the first African-American... more.
William Anthony Cobb tells his mother, Mary, about the influence she had on him. William... more.
Earl Reynolds Jr. tells his daughter, Ashley, about meeting James Brown at his father's barbershop... more.
Yelitza Castro talks with her friend Willie Davis about serving meals to the homeless community... more.
George Robinson tells his daughter, Katie, about meeting his biological father after searching for more... more.
Reverend James Seawood remembers how African-American families were forced out of Sheridan, Arkansas, when the... more.
James Hanover Thompson (L) tells his brother Dwight (R) about his involvement in the "Kissing... more.
Reverend George Turks, Jr. remembers witnessing the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike as a teenager.... more.
Joe Hunter, who was Ray Charles' road manager, and his wife, Trudy, a back-up singer,... more.
William Haley (L) and his brother Glen remember their father, Joseph Howard Haley, founder of... more.
Darryl Downes remembers discovering his talent while serving time in Sing Sing Prison.
David Wilson, a plaintiff in the 2004 court decision legalizing same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, remembers... more.
Nathan Williams, 15, interviews his father, Colbert, 30, about being a single parent.
John Hunter talks with two former students about what they learned playing the World Peace... more.
"I saw something that no one else could see, and that is me walking around with that big tall hat on."
Clayton Sherrod looks back to 1964, when at 19 years old he became executive chef... more.
Dorothy Glinton tells her son, Sonari, about becoming a manager at Ford Motor Plant in... more.