Liza Long talks to her son about his experiences living with mental illness.
Harriet Caplan talks to her husband, Louis, about how their relationship began.
Ella Owens (L) tells her daughter, Lynn Reed, about participating in a march during the... more.
Gwen Richards remembers her mother, Helen, who had Alzheimer's.
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 ...
Ondelee Perteet talks to his mother, Deetreena, about getting shot when he was 14 years... more.
Dee Dickson remembers trying to get a job as a shipyard electrician in the 1970s.
George Hill remembers being homeless. Hill has been off the streets for 10 years.
World War II veteran Joseph Robertson tells his son-in-law, John Fish, Jr., about a soldier... more.
Lourdes Villanueva tells her son Roger about growing up in a family of migrant workers.
Dennis Apple and his wife, Beulah, remember their son Denny, who died when he was... more.
Linda Hernandez remembers growing up as one of the few Latinos in Lincoln, Nebraska.
James Bost remembers his father, a salesman during the Great Depression, in an interview with... more.
Nicholas Peart (L) talks about being stopped and frisked in New York City.
South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn talks with his granddaughter Sydney Reed about his career in... more.
Gustavo Mestas talks to his daughter, Ileana, about escaping from Cuba to the U.S. in... more.
Paul Mortimer and Shawn Fox, prisoners at Oregon State Penitentiary, interview one another. Mortimer died... more.
Mary Moran Murphy (R) and Susan Mello Souza were both teenage mothers. They met in... more.
Edith Green tells her granddaughter, Chaya, about being a survivor of gun violence.
Retired Sgt. 1st Class Max Voelz remembers his wife, Staff Sgt. Kimberly Voelz, who died... more.