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my dream is to be a polic and to be in ahouse.
to be a police officer to help all people that is needed. I also take care of my family I can do the same to you! -heyana
To see the United States of America Become color blind and live as Jesus said in the Gospels. Jesus said, "by this shall all men know you are my diciples, by the love you have for one another!!...
My dream is to go to college and earn an accounting degree, then eventually work my way up to a financial planner. Then I want to own a lot of rabbits.
To be president Mr. Darien G.
My Dream is to become a professional Basketball player for the Lakers
When I grow up I want to be a police Officer. Ayden Smith 1-15-12
as a kid my dream was to be a soccer player and make it to the finals i want to be a soccer player because i could be in a team and win a trophie
No more drugs and prophanity in school and out No more hate against each other and I want to be a singer and a successful young lady
My dream is to get a job [Deandre]
My dream is to be a famous soccer player when I grow up. [Olivia]
My dream is to become the first black women to be president so I can make changes to help the world and economy.
Being a prfeshional dancer and singer. And helping others.
To become a world-famous architect.
My dream is to help homeless people and I want to become a vet to help animals and help people. That is in the hospital. Justin the 4th.
for everyone to strive in everything they do in life.
Succeed in everything I do. To learn to love and help the less fortunate. Stop the violence and just love everyone
To be able to create a broadcast that will make the urban communities aware fo all political plans, actions, and history.
My dream is to become a Dentist when I am 28.
To become a video game artist. To make games for kids and less violence. Caleb Farrish NC
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