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Born in Atlanta, GA, My dream is to be a change agent for young people and women...
To be a better person and to stop been like other people [Laquesha]
to build a career that gives others the same opportunities I had, and so much more…
To be a better person be kind to people and have a peaceful life. Dmeira
To change the way I live.
To live a life that each day is will change somebody's life positively make better than yesterday.
To build a stable home for my children and myself. To become all I was meant to be. To discover where I come from.
Touch a life on this earth, encourage our fellow brother and sisters to know that the journey is not over. "Freedom is still our Reach. Loop up and let God lend up through" -Natalie
My dream is to meet Dr. Martin Luther King and [Illegible] on the sea of glass -Mrytle
That I will be a really good student. All the time. Also to get a degree.
to become a successful enterainer
To Become one of the Best Musicians and a world Leader that Promotes a Better way of Living.
My dream is to become the first black women to be president so I can make changes to help the world and economy.
[Caleb Mickens] My dream is to be a professenial basketball player
My dream is to become a wonderful drama major and have a very loving family. I would also love to become successful [Ariel]
My dream is to be an effective witness for God, and to reach as many soul as possible for God's Kingdom.
Part 1. That my son Michael, daughter La Nisl and granddaughter Karyn live a godly life. I pray that they will give to and help others. I wish my wonderful husband
My dream is to discover, pursue, and carry out my life purpose.
To be a talk show host. Jordi
My dreams are to be a Professional Basketball Player. And to make a difference in other peoples lives. Damonae
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