To own my own school. A school that helps kids of all races, ages, and gender be proud of themselves and their community. A school where boys and girls learn how to be men and women.
to get accepted into the college of my choice, excell at that university. Also to become an orthodontist and be as great a man as my father
My dream is to go back to go back to 2004. There is my dream that is stayed.
That my son will not be question about his race the way my father was.
Great education, work opportunities, housing, art, and goodwill will exist for all individuals and cultures in our country and in the world.
Personally- To be someone my son can be proud of and model his life after. Career- To be a forensic technician and help bring justice to victims via DNA. Globally- For people to treat others with...
to own my own home, earn my CPA, have a harmonious family, view the rest of the country, and travel the world PS own my car
to be the best person that I can be and make some sort of positive impact in society, big or small.
To drive a race car. Avery
To make a change all over the world. By Michaela
My Dream is to be a better child
To make a difference [Laura]
To become wife and mother. To create an environment of love and understanding. Great pro: 31 in my life.
That African-Americans will focus less on integrating and more on looking inward reclaiming their last signity, and raising their children to be cognizant and productive members of society.
To leave a legacy for my children to utilize the gifts and talents that they were blessed with from God to serve others & make a difference in their communities & family.
I have a dream that in a few years I'll become a famous singer, so I may express my talent of singing and I will be able to share it with the world...
1/15/2012 - My dream is to become a hero just like Dr. Martin Luther King. And to be famous like him. He is in my mind for as long as I live. Love, Markea. I am 11.
To be a basketball player.
To ensure that future generations remember the struggles that came before us and build upon the dreams created for us and the dreams we created for future generations before us.
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