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Dreams: Equality

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A country--and a world-- in which people live together in peace, mutual respect, and treature each other. A world in war & mass killing no longer exist.

My dream is for the USA (my country) to unite as one. To look beyond race and creed, to better understand and accept our differences. Let the world see how great we are now and in the future

I WANT A peaceful & sustainable global civilization SOCIAL EVOLUTION BEYOND POLITICS, POVERTY & WAR

My dream to make the world a better place for everyone. [Megan]

True equality in the work place. Break down barriors for women and people of color...

the end of hunger for all children and all peoples around the world; that every person will have enough to eat everyday.

Dr King was a family friend. He attended Boston University and took classes with my parents there and at Harvard Divinity School...

I have a dream, I have a dream, that someday, we will be viewed as people, not based on our looks, sexuality's, or talents...

I have a dream to one day graduate and go to college. Later go into the police field and work my way up in rates and maybe just maybe work for the CIA.

World-wide equality for all, once and for all!

90% of all American to Vote 95% of all AA to vote

That everyone will be treated equally

For love to conquer ALL.

I dream to keep black people equal with whites. To be a peace maker solve the problem of the world

For people from every country in the world to come together and celebrate our similarities and connections. Peace and acceptance for all.

I have a dream that the world will become a place of utmost equality. Where there is no longer an existence of racism and segregation. A world that lives and breathes acceptance.

That there will be a day when all people are judged equally and given the same opportunities to experience success.

That there will be no more WAR No more racism much more love

My dream is for everyone to get along with no judgement against your race, religion or opinion

For tolerance and understanding - the building steps to peace