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My dream for our country is that people would be equal to all races and religions. I also hope that everyone would become friends regardless of difference, because everyone is different Garrett
For healthcare and higher education to be available to everyone whether they can afford it or not.
To be a doctor. Jorynn
To always be able to dream big and hope everyone around the world has the same opportunity.
I dream that all will be treated equally
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.
For tolerance and understanding - the building steps to peace
That true peace will come to every nation on this earth. May the will of God Almighty Truly be done.
For equality of the sexes in this country but especially abroad and respect for ourselves but most importantly for each other.
Everyone will be afforded the same opportunities to succeed. Education prices will drop and literacy rates will rise!
For the U.S. to continue to be the land of opportunities and clear of social inequalities.
That my 3 year old son will not understand racism because he livs in a world were it doesn't exist. My dream is that the world he lives in will work for understanding before all.
I have a dream: That one day there will be no bullying. Everyone will get along and no one will discriminate or send hate to others simply because they are different...
for people around the world to live peacefully, respecting one another, their environment and the generation of the future.
All children/students in America can be college educated without the added burdens of finances, sustenance and family problem factored in so they are truly "free" to reach their potential.
My dream to make the world a better place for everyone. [Megan]
My dream to join the army as a registered nurse, then become a doctor. I want to help those less fortunate, travel the world always continue to learn.
For children of color to be able to look at the whitehouse and see someone like them in the most prestigious office that a person in America can hold. Dream Accomplished!! Now on to the next one...
That all children in urban communities will truly have a quality education and an equal chance to suceed in America.
My dream is for my biracial children to not have to chose which race they want to belong to and be accepted for the character of their worth and not the "mixed" color of their skin.
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