Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez remembers how teachers changed the names of Mexican-American students during the 1950s.
Meliza Arellano tells Sarah Benko, her former seventh-grade teacher, about how she became a serious... more.
Sergeant Papsy Lemus tells her daughter Griselda about going off to war in Iraq.
Hector Vega and his wife, Leopoldina, remember the day Hector returned home from war.
Retired Marine Corporal Anthony Villarreal talks with his wife, Jessica, about being severely injured during... more.
Carol Jacques remembers growing up in Chavez Ravine, a Mexican-American neighborhood in Los Angeles that... more.
Miriam Cruz-Colon and her husband Oscar Colon remember meeting as acting students in 1959.
Ricardo Isais Zavala remembers his grandfather, Vicente Domingo Villa, in an interview with his son,... more.
Ricardo Isais Zavala remembers his grandfather, Vicente Domingo Villa, in an interview with his son, Ricardo Javier Zavala.
Jose Cruz tells his daughter, Grace, about living in Villa Juana, a neighborhood in Santo... more.
Jose Cruz tells his daughter, Grace, about living in Villa Juana, a neighborhood in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, while his ...
Dr. Pedro "Joe" Greer talks to his wife, Janus, about how he started working with... more.
Julio Diaz remembers being robbed on a subway platform in the Bronx.
Umberto Joseph DeJesus talks to his wife, Nancy Cardona, about volunteering at Ground Zero.
Rob Sanchez (R) and his friend Felix Aponte (L), who both served time at Sing... more.
Rob Sanchez (R) and his friend Felix Aponte (L), who both served time at Sing Sing Penitentiary, talk about Rob's ...
Monique Ferrer remembers her ex-husband, Michael Trinidad, who was killed in the World Trade Center... more.
Hilda Chacón and her husband, Pedro Morán-Palma, remember when they first met twenty years ago.
Linda Hernandez remembers growing up as one of the few Latinos in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Two stories about teachers who went beyond the classroom to help their kids.
Lourdes Villanueva tells her son Roger about growing up in a family of migrant workers.
Graciela Kavulla tells her husband, Timothy, about her grandmother, who was a midwife.
Richard Anthony Torres talks to his daughter Kathy Namba about his mother, Guadalupe Torres.