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That my AA sons may go anywhere + not be judged by the color of their skin. And, I pray for all of our AA Boys in America. May they find their purpose.
My dream for our community is to have safe places for kids to play and learn. Spenser.
There is so much turmoil and hatred in the world today. So, I dream of a world where civility and respect are the order of the day. Let's do unto others as we would have them do unto us!!!
That my 2 sons will be able to receive a higher Education than I did [Curtis]
that all people will use their right and role for change in our country and to ensure that all people are considered equal!
I want to be a successful black lawyer and specialize in children that have been abused neglected -Deonte- Arabia Mountian Hugh
My dreams is that one day my peers will one day put the guns down and realize we are only hurting ourselves. I hope that one day we will all be looked at as equals and that we grow as a society...
To open a non-profit adoption agency. Why should being a family cost money?
For all people to open their hearts and minds to those who are different from them, to be kind compassionate and understanding that we are on this earth together, united forever as one.
For all children to be educated and pursue professions of their choice.
that all white and blackpeople have the same rights equal to each other because the people in charge are being unfair...
My community's PARENTS will Recognize the awesome Responsibility they hold for the shaping, building up & structing of the next generation's thought How they raise their children
My dream is that one day, all humans will be treated with equality and love as God would want us to treat each other...
to educate African American children about themselves and open up my own school.
My dream is for my son to continue to strive for success and continue to do right from wrong, love God, Love you Matthew.
My dream is for my biracial children to not have to chose which race they want to belong to and be accepted for the character of their worth and not the "mixed" color of their skin.
for all little Black children to realize Dr. King's Dream...
To creatively empower our youth of all races, religions and backgrounds.
To start a club for teenagers who are living in troubled homes, by finding activities to help them focus on positive ideas for their future.
Is that my two little girls never have to live in the old way
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