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My dream is to grow up and be a lawyer, and fight cases and be the best lawyer I can be.
to one day run my own buisnes
To enrich young peoples' lives through education, so they know their rights foremost, and how to effectively express and support their freedom speech. Education is key!
Cynthia that by the end of 2012 I will be a homeowner that I will get my pHd in education on or before 2020 my grandchildren will live in a more diversely and accepting world of each other's indi...
To have a part in making sure that our youth have the opportunity to have an opportunity to make a difference -Jemnia
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.
To inspire as many young black men and women that everyone is born with "greatness", and to encourage them to share their "greatness" with the world!
Hi, my name is Jason. I was the first black man in Georgetown, Conway, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with a barber, beauty, nurse school...
I have a dream that we will pass the AP exam and that I will get to date Tom.
To open a non-profit adoption agency. Why should being a family cost money?
I have a dream to be a postitive influence in children's lives, and to make the world aware and proactive in addressing Some of the issues that African descendants face!
that this generation will rise above their social limitations and achieve a better future than the one they have been labeled with.
To have a very popular powerful clothing line, that is universal but I would also like to mean something powerful. I would like to see an end to racism from people in PW, NY.
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.
To make a difference in the world by doing what I love, theatre. I also want to be a Nurse and help underprivileged children. [Ella Brennan]
I have a dream to be a positive influence in children's lives, and to bring awareness to the issues that African descendants around the world face!
That children are empowered via love...
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 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...
That my AA sons may go anywhere + not be judged by the color of their skin. And, I pray for all of our AA Boys in America. May they find their purpose.
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