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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...

I have a dream of equality, where people are primarily judged on what is on the inside and how they treat others, not by their appearance. I wish there was no prejudice towards any type of race,...

My dream is to continue to be a woman of greatness, walk confidently into my dreams and live the life I imagineed. To excel in my career path and be an entrepeneur and thru doing this, continue to...

my dream is to help other people with a lot of things like cooking,shoping for food and my other dream is to be A basketball player I love.

That all will know abba.

to see African Americans stop "hating" on one another and live in peace and harmony as one...

for people to actually follow the words of Dr. King - judge me by the content of my character- not by the color of my skin

That every child around the world will have open access to quality education. This quality education would include MLK philosophy, views, words and inspiration and be part of the curriculum.

To end adolescent poverty around the world

I dream Thailand have aleader person like Martin Luther King jr

That we all learn form the history of great men likeMLK and really listen to what they were saying about equality, freedom, non-violence and peace.

to watch my business unfold in a way that will allow me to help others make their dreams come true! A.C.T. "I've got my act together"...

To live out righteousness Dr. King died for.

To become a successful black journalist and give back to my university and my community. I also want to see the MLK monument.

My dream is that I am able to help change another person's life for the better. To act selfessly...

My dream is the dream that Dr. King so eloquently proclaimed in his speech after the March on Washington, August 28, 1963: "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a...

to become an advocate to change the perception of African American men. Also, for colored youth to exemplify the dream Martin Luther King Jr. had for us. -Gerald

That all of my grand children grow up to understand and live out the dreams, that Martin L. King had. I had the pleasure of marching with him in 1993 march of leash!

To fully embrace and appreciate the pathway MLK and others have pave for us and continue to build upon their legaues. Thanks MLK! Love you for all you did!

To see what the future holds for our society. I firmly believe that Dr. King's dream will live on for eternity. Jermaine...