James Hanover Thompson (L) tells his brother Dwight (R) about his involvement in the "Kissing... more.
James Hanover Thompson (L) tells his brother Dwight (R) about his involvement in the "Kissing Case" of 1958.
Jerome Smith tells his friend Carol Bebelle about an incident from his childhood.
Bernard Holyfield (R) tells his friend Charles Barlow (L) about a painful memory from his... more.
Reginald Mason remembers growing up in Harlem with his mother during the 1970s.
Charlie Morris (L) remembers his brother's death in 1939, with his cousin Sylvester Lewis (R).
Rowena Gore-Simmons speaks with her daughter, Kenya Gore, about the year Rowena spent in prison.
Adrian Hawkins talks to his foster father, Horace Atwater Jr.
New York City Subway Conductor Paquita Williams talks to one of her passengers, Laura Lane,... more.
Cactus Car Wash owner Frank Lynch (L) talks with his employee and friend, Antonio Douglas... more.
Mamie Todd (R) tells her daughter, Ann Todd Jealous (L), and grandson, Benjamin Todd Jealous,... more.
Mamie Todd (R) tells her daughter, Ann Todd Jealous (L), and grandson, Benjamin Todd Jealous, about demanding supplies from the ...
Joe Buford tells his literacy tutor, Michelle Miller, about what it was like not knowing... more.
Jerry Johnson interviews his mother, Carrie Conley, about raising six children as a single mother.
Mary Morris remembers her husband, Thomas, one of two Washington D.C. postal workers who died... more.
Phyllis Johnson tells her friend Danny Perasa about how she went from Police Department clerk... more.
Ayodeji Ogunniyi remembers how the murder of his father led him to a new career.
Sam Reed, a mortician and the caretaker of Atlanta's historic Oakland Cemetery, talks about how... more.
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley tells his son Jonathan about a year that shaped his life.
91-year-old Henry Belcher tells his friend Major A. Mason III about tap dancing in the... more.
Author Walter Dean Myers talks about his father in an interview with his son Christopher... more.
100-year-old Arthur Winston tells his great-grandnephew, Eric Givens, about working for 72 years.