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My dream is to help eradicate the stigma surrounding single motherhood. As a form of social justice, I want to help single mothers pursue higher education while their children are provided with...
I have a dream that one day, everyone no matter there physical appearance or mental abilities will be accepted. Just as blacks and whites were accepted as one; so should the outcasts of today's...
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...
to help the youth in America to know their full potential & to be a positive influence for them.
My dream is to do some little thing every day I'm alive that makes the world a slightly better place for others...
to inspire people to want and strive for more.
To Start my own Company so i can Hire Minorty's Dennis...
My dream is to open an academy of arts for low income children. To help make their dreams come true. There are so many talented kids out there that can't afford to take professional lessons and...
I HAVE A DREAM THAT ONE DAY ALL THE PEOPLE WILL LOVE EACH OTHER.. BUT NOT JUST FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING.. WE NEED TO DO FOR GOD TO WHO LOVES EVERY ONE OF US HUMAN IN THIS WORLD..
My dream is to start a green energy program which would teach home owners how to properly conserve energy for their homes, hopefully I can further this program by going to Africa or improvised...
to become a licensed counselor so I can minister to teenage girls
My dream is for more Christians to reach out to the more of the world and share the love of Jesus Christ in order for them to be saved.
To make a positive difference in the lives of those around me
Hi, my name is Jason. I was the first black man in Georgetown, Conway, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with a barber, beauty, nurse school. My dream is to open schools all over the WORLD and help...
I am going to be a teacher: Cherish
To see children grow and be successful college graduates and strong family builders.
that a cure for cancer will be found. that everyone will accept everyone else. That I will open my own African-American dance school.
To help continue to help and serve others. When I die, I want to be remembered for reaching out and helping those in need.
To fully integrate the world of dance and to prove to the world that it is an artform for all races, ethnic background, shapes, sizes, ages, and social classes.
My dream is to go to college and become a doctor to help a lot of people who need my help.
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