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328 dreams to explore

To have a part in making sure that our youth have the opportunity to have an opportunity to make a difference -Jemnia

i have a dream that i will become a singer when i grow up.

To see all people come together without all the hatred. The end of all racism.

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

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

For the world to live in peace and harmony.

Eventually start my own business and be a key influential figure in society, especially to the youth.

My dream is that one day my kids will live out there dreams! I will be blessed with long life to enjoy my family!

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...

For my daughter to be proud of who she is and for the world to be supportive of her aspirations.

to see world peace and to see all of the people of the world unite under the one true God a sharing love.

To be able to truly impact youth and guide them to success. That success will include them going to college and learning skills that will enable them to actively create and live their own dreams.

I have a dream that one day I will be able to help a community improve their environment.

My dream is for all people to be equal and love one another with the love of Jesus

make every be possible

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...

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

African-American children will realize the world is open to accept and celebrate their aspirations and achievements. That they will lift their heads high and work to accomplish what their parents...

In continuing Kings Legacy, my students are performance poets: The Distinguished Gentlemen of Spoken Word. They perform the works of Dr. King, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, with bone chilling...