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I dream that races will only be for running, color will only be for art, war will only be a card game, and peace will reign among all the people in every nook and cranny of the earth.
To see Dr. King "Beloved Community" truly become a reality in Atlanta, in the US, and around the world...
My dream is to acquire a job as a first grade teacher. I have taught for 24 years in D. C. and Prince George's County, Maryland. I have been unemployed for over a year...
My dream is to continue to be a woman of greatness, walk confidently into my dreams and live the life I imagineed...
I had a dream that one day, this little southern black child would grow up and earn her Doctorate Degree. When I saw Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. say it does not matter the color of your skin as a child...
That one day we will always be able to see God's GLORY in each other! : )
to become a change agent as an educator. I want the youth to embrace their education and follow their dream. Thank you Dr. King for your dream. Now, I too can have a dream. [Bernita Harvey]
to realize my full intellectual potential so that I can change the world as Martin Luther King did.
My dream is that the young children of our day recognize the sacrifices made by our forefathers and Dr. King. I would like for them to realize what rights they have today and why...
to be able to continue to serve God, with the same faith and courage as Dr King, that is to do what is required of me by God.
To live to finally see and experience the end of racism. I sincerely hope this will happen duriing my lifetime...
My dream is to die knowing I've made a difference in the world and have the rest of the world recognize my success! To be succesful and to mean something to the world!
My dream is to make good grades and be the best doctor
Dr King was a family friend. He attended Boston University and took classes with my parents there and at Harvard Divinity School...
that we continue to pursue the goal of becoming the "Beloved Community" that Dr. King dreamed of Rev Robert & Jean
to help all youth be able to attend college to receive a higher level of education
that God puts more leaders against social injustice on this earth, like Martin Luther King Jr. The King Center is one more tool we can all use to help support and continue his (our) dream.
I have a dream that African Americans and people of color would realize the sacrifices of others before us and carry on the mission that was started...
For world peace and the transformation of our country in the spirit of Dr. King [Sue]
My dream is to be like Martin Luther King Jr.
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