Glenda Rike tells her son, Larry, how his father, Aubrey Rike, came to be one of the few present when President John F. Kennedy received his last rites on November 22, 1963.
Paul Bizzaro (R) and his brother James (L) remember growing up on Liberty Island--home of the Statue of Liberty.
Constance Labetti remembers her boss, Ron Fazio, who died in the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001.
Lawrence Cumberbatch (R) tells his son, Simeon (L), how he traveled from New York City to Washington DC with Brooklyn CORE for the March on Washington in 1963.
U.S. Navy veteran Denny Meyer remembers what it was like to be gay and a sailor in the late 1960s.
Lucinda Marker and her husband, John Tull, talk about being diagnosed with bubonic plague in 2002.
Army National Guard Specialist Justin Cliburn tells his wife, Deanne, about Ali, the young Iraqi he befriended during his service in Iraq.
Robert Griffo remembers how his life changed after the "Black Monday" stock market crash of 1987.
Charlie Morris (L) remembers his brother's death in 1939, with his cousin Sylvester Lewis (R).
Shelli Wright and her son, Graham Haggett, remember his grandmother Sandra Lee Wright, who was killed on September 11, 2001.
Julie Sanders talks about being a member of of a white supremacist group as a teenager.
Robert Holmes talks about his family being among the first to integrate a neighborhood in Edison, New Jersey.
Harrison Wright tells his grandson, Sean Guess, about serving in the Army at the end of World War II.
Karen Slade, Eric "Rico" Reed, and Arthur "Sonny" Williams of radio station KJLH remember the 1992 Los Angeles Riots.
Kenneth Honeycutt tells his wife Gaye about witnessing the New London School Explosion of 1937.
88-year-old Frank Curre remembers serving on the USS Tennessee during the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.
Gloria Del Bianco and her nephew, Lou, remember her father, Luigi Del Bianco, one of the chief stone carvers of Mt. Rushmore.
Mary Morris remembers her husband, Thomas, one of two Washington D.C. postal workers who died from exposure to anthrax in October, 2001.
Joel Healy tells his daughter, Kelli Healy Salazar, about participating in Operation Plumbbob, one of the largest nuclear tests conducted by the U.S. Military.
Harvey Sherman remembers October 3, 1951, when the Brooklyn Dodgers lost the pennant on a home run known as the "shot heard 'round the world."