Claritza Abreu, who is originally from the Dominican Republic, tells her friend Gerardo Villacres about... more.
"My mother would tell me, 'If you don't straighten yourself out, you're going to end up going to Springer.'"
Larry Hoover tells his granddaughter Anastacia Garcia about his time at The New Mexico Boys'... more.
Richard Anthony Torres talks to his daughter Kathy Namba about his mother, Guadalupe Torres.
Jose "Pepe" Noriega , one of over 14,000 children who came to the U.S. as... more.
Lucille Mascarenas tells her son, Victor, about what happened when she moved from the city... more.
Antero Garcia talks to his former student Roger Alvarez who dropped out during his senior... more.
Rachel Salazar and her husband, Ruben, remember how their romance started with a typo.
Sergeant Papsy Lemus tells her daughter Griselda about going off to war in Iraq.
"From the little English that we knew, my brother and I knew that we were not going to have class that day."
Jose Fernandez tells his wife, Teresita, about the first Thanksgiving he spent in the United... more.
Dr. Pedro "Joe" Greer talks to his wife, Janus, about how he started working with... more.
Ray Martinez remembers growing up in an orphanage during the 1950s.
17-year-old amateur boxing champion Seniesa Estrada talks to her father and coach, Joe Estrada, about... more.
Nineteen-year-old Noe Rueda (R) talks to his high school economics teacher, Alex Fernandez (L), about... more.
Ricardo Isais Zavala remembers his grandfather, Vicente Domingo Villa, in an interview with his son,... more.
Carlos Mosqueda tells his daughter, Cindy, about how his father healed people in their East... more.
Gladys and Carolina de la Torre remember their older sister Azucena who was killed in... more.
Adolph Carranza remembers an unusual holiday donation from the Salvation Army.
Rogelio Martinez talks to his former dance teacher, Lisa Moya King, about how she helped... more.