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One day we will really reach a point that a person is not judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. "One day"...
My dream for our country is that people would be equal to all races and religions. I also hope that everyone would become friends regardless of difference, because everyone is different Garrett
to have wonderful chilgren
to be successful in my life. I would love to own my own business as a african american woman. I would love to also wake up one day and not be judged in 2012 by the color of my skin. One race=Human...
I want everyone to be seen as EQUAL. I have a dream to make my parents proud when I grow up and for my parents to be able to say "that's my boy!"...
For black and white to care and share for each other.
Trust in the God and remember there is no failure in God, Step out on failure. God will continue to see you through Keep on look up to dream.
A world like Dr. King envisioned.
That my children and grandchildren will realize that freedome is not free a prize was paid for our freedom.
Unity not Division.
My dream is to make the work place a more equal playing ground for all not just some. so that we all are given the same respect and opportunities as others. It's sad to say but we are still...
I have a dream where the world is one united countries. Wars are no longer useful and tolerated and all people are fee to travel, live, work, etc. where ever they so choose. I dream of the same thing...
To leave an inheritance for my Children's children. To see more of the world, experience different cultures, and share in the commonality of mankind...
We wish that all Races will live together better. T.M.
My dream is to connect AfroBrazilians and African Americans
That one day we will have love for all peoples and live in unity- friendly to the earth we live on and evermindful of our Creator's Will for us [illegible]...
For the world to reach an understanding of culture and religion, so that everyone around on lives in harmony and understanding -Megan
That the light and sound of Dr. King and love gave to the beloved community will shine for eternity with much aloha. Regina
Is for my children yet to be born. That someday, they will live in A WORLD of total peace, of complete optimism; AND AN unwavering hope that the color of their skin will simply never matter.
to live in a place free of fear of racism and to be able to fullfill my professional goals and help many people in my life.
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