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To have my own successful business have a store with a profit of at least $2000.
African Americans will truly step into their greatness! Unified!
To live in a country where everyone no matter what his/her job, can live in a safe, nurturing neighborhood- in which everyone is honored for his/her own uniqueness.
To have no poor people in the world
to better my community, and help encourage our youth. My dream is to inspire and better the well being, spirit, mind and body of our youth today. -Kwesi
To become an entrepenuer. I want to start my own foundations that helps less fortunate people I see. This will make me an empowering black young lady and I will be judged by the content of my...
To be a successful business woman and take care of my family.
My dream is to become a millionaire, and help children all around the world.
-Sabrina I wish money didn't determine everything...
I dream of a nation focused on equality for all children, women, and men. One where dreams are encouraged and supported with positive affirmations. I dream of a world where economic prosperity is...
Listen actively with an open mind to improve relations among all minority groups.
My dream is that all children in the US of A will have the encouragement to dream and the opportunity to work to fulfill their dreams. Their spiritual, economic, and personal dreams.
Put projects to work and create Lot's of jobs for everyone. Let's put our money to work!...
Is to be able to clear my criminal record so that I can get a job to support my family
I had a dream, yes that dream was swift and vast that those who are slaves to poverty will be free at last !!
My dream is for our country's leaders to look out for the interest of our citizens. The American people need employment, the right to equality, justice, the opportunity to provide for themselves...
To travel globally teaching financial literacy and economics to students and adults in low-to-moderate income communities. To ensure that everyone create wealth & build sustainable neighborhoods.
to grow up and be a successful business woman [Tristin]
to stand up for what I believe in, and to make sure that I leave the world in a better condition than it was in when I found it! That equality will be given to everyone as a right and it will not...
A full recovery from this recession/depression within a year. A job for every individual who's searching for one. Love, health, happiness for all...
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