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To creatively empower our youth of all races, religions and backgrounds.

My dream is that the young children of our day recognize the sacrifices made by our forefathers and Dr. King. I would like for them to realize what rights they have today and why. I would like for...

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

I have a dream and itz to be able to show the youth some positive growth between all race. I want everything not to just be about money to be able to have changes , but credentials,ambitousness and...

That nobody will spend my future earnings today.

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

I have a dream that we will pass the AP exam and that I will get to date Tom.

Peace. Love. Equality.

...To Not only Be successful, But impactful. I would like to start a youth enrichment center that focuses on enhancing the knowledge and exposure of African American youth, earlier in life.

To run an acting class, and help the children in need.

My community's PARENTS will Recognize the awesome Responsibility they hold for the shaping, building up & structing of the next generation's thought How they raise their children...

A better education for all children.

My dream is that one day, all humans will be treated with equality and love as God would want us to treat each other. I hope that people, whether it's on a local or global level, can receive the...

My dream is that soon each child will be healthily fed, properly clothed, housed in a loving and peaceful home, and made/kept safe from harm by the communities in which they live. 9.23.11 [Illegible]

To see the day when children of color are praised and encouraged more for academic achievement than for athletic achievement. Buy me a book and a computer not some Jordans

Poverty stricken countries rise beyond america's basic living. And jobs pay adults higher wages...

For my kids to be able to enjoy life abundantly without fear or regret. To live their lives spiritually, with hope of bring recognized for their accomplishments and reward appropriately. I, one day...

my dream is to graduate from Duke university and be a major league baseball player.

My dream is for the gun laws to change so you must be older.

That my children and all children will view this struggle as their cultural heritage and not as their present reality.