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Dreams: Equality

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My Neice realizes her dream of becoming a Civil Engineer, since she has already fulfilled the dream of her family by graduating college.

For everyone to have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

That the world will end this black and white color line and everyone becomes equal. Everyone has a common enemy and that is life itself.

For my children, Husband fancy and community to be healthy, happy and safe - Shene

Equality!!!

Psaml 89:14 Righteousness and justice are the foundation of my throne. America has been divided one side wanting righteousness the other side wanting justice. A house divide can not stand...

Travel to every part of the globe and be welcome everywhere.

To live in appreciation of everyone's individuality and differences. One World!

To achieve world peace and to have world equality.

Marriage equality for every person in America.

i have a dream that the gays should be treated equally. they shouldnt be judged on how they are. i have a dream that people should be leaders and not followers...

Women , children and men of all races and ethnicities have access to living a healthy life regardless of income! Health is a human right [Cherly]

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.

For the younger generation to stop "Bullying". They need to accept each other for who they are - Not what they are. This should be taught in their Homes...

Universal peace, access to healthcare, and education and economic justice.

My Dream Is: To see the my country treat all of her citizens with dignity, respect and humanity. I work for building this inclusive society and transforming the Dream into a reality...

Watch me grow learning cent. That all of my students become life long learners also that 2 will remaina great educator. Cynthia Mont

My dream is that we all truly live Dr...

Listen actively with an open mind to improve relations among all minority groups.

my dream is that one day you can go to school without any idivitual student calling you names for your race or from where you live or for what you do.