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That one day I will become a successful accountant or architecture while continuing doing what I love, which is dance.
I have a dream my 5 year old son would not be judged based on the country his family orginated or his name. I have a dream that one day the ignorance in this world will stop and we will defintely...
I dream that I will be a successful person.
For Americans to transcend predatory attempts by political and media groups baiting them against each other. For us to move forward together with greater awareness that increased opportunity for...
My dream is for the world to have peace at last. For everyone to be treated equally and have equal opportunities. Although African American came a long ways, African Americans still do not have the...
….never losing the ability to dream. We gain strength, inspiration, passion, and hope from our inner most dreams. It is my motivator and my engine. My dream is keeping tht light shining bright.
That women can live in a world where they are treated equally with men and get the respect and opportunities that they deserve.-S.T.
To be a doctor. Jorynn
for us to as a people to except the reality that we have not yet overcome, and to continue to fight on until our real change comes.
Of a true global community one where thoughts and ideas can be expressed freely without the restraints of a persons race, religion, region, or language.
A world or America where first impression are not defined by the color of your skin.
Everyone will be treated equally and fairly
To live in a world with no prejeduce or sterotypes and where everyone can be treated equal and happy with the way they live. Periwinkle
World peace for all. Love and Kindness. Happiness and Caring. Love for all Seniors and Kids especially.
My dream is the dream that Dr. King so eloquently proclaimed in his speech after the March on Washington, August 28, 1963: "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a...
A world where everyone is treated fairly and equal. Color is embraced, not ignored because that is unreasonable to believe. And we all work together for the mutual benefit of one another
At a dinner before "We Day Seattle," Tuesday evening, I had the honor of meeting MLK Jr III. I told him about this powerful video, inspired by MLK's "I have a dream" speech...
My dream is to make a daily contribution to the elimination of racial and cultural discrimination: In conversations with friends and family; in workplace dialogue and decisions; in my personal...
I have a dream for eqality for all.
A dream of freedom from oppression. "Oppression can only survive in silence"...
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