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i have a dream that all the poor people can find a home,food,family,people that care for them and dont talk about the people beacuse the people you see dont have a home .
My dream is for Black Women and Black Men to learn to get along and stop hating each other
to be a succesful and inspirational woman to my family and friends Aquarius
for hatred to disappear! Laurie
My dream is to have the best job, life ,and family . When i grow-up .
For our people to be able to experience heaven on earth. That they can speak life over their children and see the manifestation of Truth, love, and hope in their lifetimes...
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
For homosexuals to be treated equally with the same civil rights the rest of us enjoy and take for granted. They are not second class citizens.
I dream for world peace=)
that all dogs have homes
My dream for our community is… for everyone to treat people like they are your friend. In other words, treat everyone how you’d like to be treated. I’d also like for people to volunteer more often...
i dream that one day the Earth will come together in joy, love, peace, and agreement. LOVE The Dr. MLK Jr.
my dream is to dream of a dream and have a dream about a dream dreaming
My dream for the country is to prevent bullying. If every state made stronger laws and inforced them better, we could all eliminate bullying together! -Julia
My dream is to make everyone equal. Women and men. Whether you are gay or straight.
My dream is the day the I wake up and everyone lives by the Golden Rule
No more drugs and prophanity in school and out No more hate against each other and I want to be a singer and a successful young lady
to make new friends and to keep some old friends. MIKO
My dream is to go to MLB major league baseball.
that one day there will be no discrimination in the world. I want to be a role model for other minorities by exceeding the typical stereotypes of a minority.
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