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I dream that one day we will live in a world where everyone knows and experiences peace, where everyone has access to education, adequate housing, health care, and employment, where women and girls...
for my son not to understand what the word "prejudice" means...
My dream is…to raise my children in a world where peace, love, and prosperity are common place instead of the American Dream.
My dream is to finish college and pursue a career in helping to solve social problems in many adolescents.
To see an end to the absurdity of racism and racial categorization.
That we will not have to dream of a day of true equality, because it will be common place in every state, city, in every town and hamlet. "No justice - no peace" 9-22-11...
I want to to change the world so there won't be any rasism left...
All people of the world will culturally respect and honor the richness of the differences God placed in each of us.
That my children have true access and opportunity to obtain the American Dream
I wish that blacks and Whites were equal to each other in a community. Although African American people have equal rights it does not change how people think. And there really is no way to stop...
A dream of freedom from oppression. "Oppression can only survive in silence"...
For the world to reach an understanding of culture and religion, so that everyone around on lives in harmony and understanding -Megan
Freedom & peace and equality for all opportunities for everyone to live and enjoy the promises of possibility. Achieve, Excel, Accomplish.
My dream for the world is to end poverty, so all people will be able to have all the conferts of living that I do. - Jake
that all men and women can live together in peace and love
that one day the basic daily needs of everyone on the planet will be met. That we will be without war and co-exist in peace and harmony.
"I have a Dream that one dayall living creatures are treated as equals and we humans become responsible for all natural resources in this beautiful planet we call home" I HAVE A DREAM. *...
For our generation to be remembered not for our contributions to war and adversity but for the re-emergence of our fight to uphold our values of freedom and justice for all
My dream is to live in a world without poverty and economic inequality.
To care audout white people and black people to get
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