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Dreams: Racial Integration

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A Better Life 4 every one... Races, Nationalites Countries, Ganders

I DREAM THAT WE HAVE NO MORE OF "THE DEATH OF TRAVON MARTIN" STORIES BUT THE LIFE OF TRAVON MARTIN AND EVERY OTHER YOUNG MAN THAT SIMPLY WANTS TO WALK DOWN ANY STREET....

My dream is to become a fashion designer when I grow up. -Lanisha

I dream of a day when color is no longer an issue. I dream of the day we look at a person and see the person, not the color of their skin or the slant of their eyes...

For love to conquer ALL.

That my children and grandchildren will realize that freedome is not free a prize was paid for our freedom.

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

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]

My dream is that every Mexican gets papers.

My dream is about me. My F

To make all Black people and white people be friends. [Justin] Pre-k 2012

That my grandson's and their family will never have to experience or face racism

to prove my peers wrong and graduate with honors from Virginia Union Unv. And become a pastor.

For african americans to come together as one, to suceed, grow, build. To help pick each other up and help not tear down.

That no man or woman will suffer anymore. That God will bring an end to discrimination, sickness and death and we will all live in peace and everlasting happiness.

that the world will become a community. That every race can form a bond in the future that can never be broken. That every race can be treated as equal...

for my grandkids to live a world that will accept them for them not the color of their skin. In 2012 we still do not live in a world like my dream.

That my grandchildren will have a better life in the future but to know that all Dr. M. King a great man of love and all people to come as one. No matter what color

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!"

I dream that all men and women come to know the love of God; allowing this love to shape and mold their thoughts and actions in the world God has entrusted to humanity..... Rev. Michael C. Walker