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Dreams: Youth

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For more money to be spent on social issues US military campaigns. I dream that my children and grandchildren will know that they can do anything...

To live in a society liberated from these restraints holding back our minds body and soul. Gabriel

Make a difference in the lives of children

to graduate from Virginia Union with honors. Upon graduating, attending medical school to obtain a medical degree :)

My dreams is that one day my peers will one day put the guns down and realize we are only hurting ourselves. I hope that one day we will all be looked at as equals and that we grow as a society...

for children to be safe in school.

to make a difference in the life of every child that I come in contact with, to let them know that they are loved, apprecated, and worthy.

For our children to grow up in a better world than we did.

Make stuff to sell and give that money to the school in Kenicut

to be happy. ☺

For the wars that we are fighting to end so that our children will not have to die anymore! I wish for world peace!

to end violence, everybody get along, world peace, no weapons

My dream is that my daughter will grow up in a world where she is treated with respect. I dream about a safe world where we value each other's differences and work together to solve problems...

My dream for our country is that there will be no more violence in schools because everyone needs to be safe in order to be safe in school.

To educate women in Ghana West Africa about prenatal care, healthy habits for their babies, I want to increase women and children rights across the continent of Africa

That Keyshawn Brown and Krystle Baez will go to college the world.

My dream is for my son to continue to strive for success and continue to do right from wrong, love God, Love you Matthew.

to help the under representaties children :)

Is to one day have World Peace, So that our Children, (our future Leaders) will not have to fight in Wars that we had and are still fighting in. U.S. Army SFC.

To own my own school. A school that helps kids of all races, ages, and gender be proud of themselves and their community. A school where boys and girls learn how to be men and women.