Judith Seixas, 81, interviewed by her friend Louisa Stephens.
Mary Ellen Noone remembers a story from her great-grandmother.
Nineteen-year-old Noe Rueda (R) talks to his high school economics teacher, Alex Fernandez (L), about... more.
Judy and Randy Pilgrim remember their son and Iraq war veteran, Army Specialist Lance Pilgrim.
Joe Buford tells his literacy tutor, Michelle Miller, about what it was like not knowing... more.
Robert Patterson, who has Alzheimer's disease, speaks with his wife, Karen.
14-year-old triplets Leo, Nick and Steven Argel tell Ollie Cantos about growing up.
Constance Labetti remembers her boss, Ron Fazio, who died in the World Trade Center attacks... more.
Dan Miller grew up in a family of nine children in Wisconsin. His family was... more.
Korean War POW Wayman Simpson remembers the Korean officer who led the Tiger Death March,... more.
Liza Long talks to her son about his experiences living with mental illness.
Chris Whitney tells his friend Erin Kuka about being diagnosed HIV positive early on in... more.
Kenneth Honeycutt tells his wife Gaye about witnessing the New London School Explosion of 1937.
Myra Dean tells her friend Gary Jamison about her son, Rich Stark, who was killed... more.
Dr. Pedro "Joe" Greer talks to his wife, Janus, about how he started working with... more.
Tom Domingue, who had polio as a child, tells his wife Dotty, about coming home... more.
Jennifer Coursey speaks with her 12-year-old son, Grant, who was diagnosed with cancer as a... more.
Gwen Richards remembers her mother, Helen, who had Alzheimer's.
Jenny Francis and Rebecca Fuller remember their brother, First Lieutenant Travis Fuller, who was killed... more.
Theresa Burroughs tells her daughter Toni Love about registering to vote.