Antero Garcia talks to his former student Roger Alvarez who dropped out during his senior... more.
Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez remembers how teachers changed the names of Mexican-American students during the 1950s.
"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.
Julio Diaz remembers being robbed on a subway platform in the Bronx.
Adolph Carranza remembers an unusual holiday donation from the Salvation Army.
Maria Vasquez-Rojas talks with her brother, Francisco Vasquez, about being diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly... more.
Lourdes Villanueva tells her son Roger about growing up in a family of migrant workers.
Rachel Salazar and her husband, Ruben, remember how their romance started with a typo.
John Hope Franklin, the late scholar of African American history, tells his son, John, about... more.
Scott Wall and his wife, Isabel Sobozinsky-Wall, talk about their long-distance courtship that began on... more.
Manny Diaz tells his friend Blanca Vazquez about growing up in New York City, during... more.
Monique Ferrer remembers her ex-husband, Michael Trinidad, who was killed in the World Trade Center... more.
Carol Jacques remembers growing up in Chavez Ravine, a Mexican-American neighborhood in Los Angeles that... more.
Gustavo Mestas talks to his daughter, Ileana, about escaping from Cuba to the U.S. in... more.
Graciela Kavulla tells her husband, Timothy, about her grandmother, who was a midwife.
Nineteen-year-old Noe Rueda (R) talks to his high school economics teacher, Alex Fernandez (L), about... more.
Retired New York City sanitation worker Angelo Bruno (L) speaks with his friend and former... more.
Yelitza Castro talks with her friend Willie Davis about serving meals to the homeless community... more.