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To spread the same dream of equality and opportunity in other parts of the world. We can make that happen!
For all men and women to cease the need to inflict pain on eachother. The 11th commandment is to LOVE.
That one day soon we will be seen as a global family-connected in seeing equality realized one person; one family; one city; one nation at a time!
to live in a world free of fear and discrimination. We should all learn to respect each other's differences and appreciate the diversity of life.
Equality for Gay people everywhere and forever
that blacks and whites will LOVE other equally! Evelyn
To make laws nice to other people in the world. To be kind to others dont be mean to people because that is not nice.
For equality unfortunately in 2011 we still have a long way to go.
African Liberation and Prosperity
...that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. dream goes beyond the U.S. border & that all countries live in peace, respect, trust and harmony.
People will be seen as who they are on the inside. No more pretty on the outside but cruel on the inside...
Black and white can play together and that we black will have just as much say so as everyone else
To see Dr. King's vision for peace and equality continue to be shared with generations to come.
My Dream is to be able to open up a boys and girl home, where they can grow and get educated on life situates such Martin L. King and others that have made the way for us...
I have a dream for everyone to love and respect one another as equals!
My dream is for all people immigrants and all too be equal and to be able to get the same jobs, education, and salaries as other americans.
I wish that Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr were both still alive to continue their entwined legacy, making the world the best it could be...
My dream is to become a successful artist so that I may have a voice to speak about issues that we still face today...freedom from racial divide, equality (civil and equal rights) and to share music t...
My dream is for my child to be seen as a person and not by his skin color. I also would like to see black people join together instead of hate each other. Chiquite. 1/8/12
For homosexuals to be treated equally with the same civil rights the rest of us enjoy and take for granted. They are not second class citizens.
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