The actor best known for his one-man shows recalls the limited roles for Latino actors.
Historian Julieanna Richardson (b. 1954) describers her first brush with sexism.
Actor Kim Cattrall (b. 1956) speaks about risk and freedom in her long career.
Actress Kim Cattrall (b. 1956) discusses the important choices that shaped her career.
Journalist Maria Shriver reflects on her accomplished mother's life and on her own career.
As a child, Rosie O'Donnell amused her mother with Barbra Streisand impersonations.
Rosie O'Donnell (b. 1962) discusses her childhood growing up in Commack, Long Island.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder, Apple Computer, recalls when a computer cost as much a house.
Serving in Vietnam and music of the era are inextricably linked for author Tim O'Brien.
Dorothea Lange and her husband were the first to document Dust Bowl migrants.
In 1965 Lange and the MoMA curator of photography prepared for her one-woman exhibition.
In 1919 at the age of 24, Dorothea Lange opened her own portrait studio in San Francisco.
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