Doris Cohen to her daughter, Lisa.
Maggie Marquez and Jessi Silva remember the day in 1954 that their teachers banned the Spanish language in school.
Ronald Clark tells his daughter, Jamilah, about living inside a branch of the New York Public Library during the 1940s.
Former neo-Nazi skinhead Christian Picciolini talks to Johnny Holmes, the man who helped turn his life around.
Dr. William Lynn Weaver remembers integrating his high school football team in Knoxville, Tennessee, and the racism he faced on, and off, the field.