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At a dinner before "We Day Seattle," Tuesday evening, I had the honor of meeting MLK Jr III. I told him about this powerful video, inspired by MLK's "I have a dream" speech...
African Liberation and Prosperity
To spread the same dream of equality and opportunity in other parts of the world. We can make that happen!
for fairness and justice to dominate and prevail in all countries across the world.
For the U.S. to continue to be the land of opportunities and clear of social inequalities.
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. Even though you may not get...
for people of all races and beliefs try to love and respect one another in every aspect. To live with purpose and bless others along the way! And receive all the blessings the creator has in store...
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
I have a dream that some day everyone will be able to be themselves. That they can love who they want to, believe what they want, and no one will hate them for it.
Better economical system that creates more jobs, creates more output and resources for the people. A system where the people have more influence in politics and government.
For people from every country in the world to come together and celebrate our similarities and connections. Peace and acceptance for all.
My dream is to see an end to world Poverty and Hunger. I will see a nation that has more giving people than those who are greedy and don't share. All people will have their basic needs met and...
My dream is that one day homosexuals will have complete marriage rights in every state of the USA and in every country in the world.
To someday see our nation be guilty of demonstrating equality that is genuine & diverse in all areas of life
I dream that I will be a successful person.
My Dream is to be able to open up a boys and girl home, where they can grow and get educated on life situates such Martin L. King and others that have made the way for us. Also teach them Godly...
to strive towards creating an environment that does not foster or feed notions of 'other'...
to eradicate the unjust suffering of African Americans across the globe.
I dream that one day we, as a nation, will restore our government to the limited platform upon which it was built, securing freedom and equality for all Americans.
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