Rebia Mixon-Clay remembers her late husband, Frank Mixon.
Mary Ellen Noone remembers a story from her great-grandmother.
Herb Kneeland (L) tells his son Martavius Jones about being a disc jockey at WDIA... more.
Showaye Selassie (L) tells her friend Susan Greenfield (R) about an early memory of her... 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.
Yvonne Logan Jones (L) and her sister Ola Mae Logan Allen remember their parents, who... more.
Darryl Downes remembers discovering his talent while serving time in Sing Sing Prison.
Antoinette Franklin (R) and her niece, Iriel Franklin, talk about relocating to Houston after Hurricane... more.
James Hanover Thompson (L) tells his brother Dwight (R) about his involvement in the "Kissing... more.
Master quilter Geraldine Nash (R) talks to her former math teacher, Gustina Atlas, who... more.
Reverend James Seawood remembers how African-American families were forced out of Sheridan, Arkansas, when the... more.
Samuel Black tells his wife, Edda Fields-Black, about his father, who operated a boiler room.
Sharon Holley, a retired librarian, tells her husband, Kenneth, about preparing for her career at... more.
Warren Weems (R), who is a teacher's aide in his wife, Robin's, first-grade classroom, is... more.
Mweupe Mfalme Nguni remembers his first day at an integrated elementary school in 1965.
Joe Hunter, who was Ray Charles' road manager, and his wife, Trudy, a back-up singer,... more.