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Dreams: Racial Integration

255 dreams to explore

Dark and shady...

To end the racial and ethnic labels. To stop labeling people because of their skin color, religion, nationality, social class, political view, etc...

to have wonderful chilgren

To play basketball to be sucssefull in life to be loved and caring

For all people and animals alike, may everyone unite to end hunger, abuse, pain and promote love, respect, equality and freedom.

One day people all over the world will come to understand we all are God's children…we are one people.

That we will all love and embrace one another as God has commanded to do. I hope for a world that celebrates life love and liberty for all.

That my grandchildren will have a better life in the future but to know that all Dr. M. King a great man of love and all people to come as one. No matter what color

My dream is that kindness will prevail over guns and that we as a nation will see the racial inequity of mandatory sentencing for non-violent drug offenses and Stand Your Ground laws will be eliminate...

Unity not Division.

To be a doctor. Jorynn

My dream is that every Mexican gets papers.

Is for my children yet to be born. That someday, they will live in A WORLD of total peace, of complete optimism; AND AN unwavering hope that the color of their skin will simply never matter.

Be a great Dad

to educate the youth on the important of education. Knowledge plus application equals power. Dr. King had a great vision not only for the black people but for all races...

to travel around the world, and see all people greeting one another as sisters and brothers. I dream of becoming known as the person who made a difference in the lives of many people here and abroad

start a nonprofit to empower female girls. Also, to see the world more love-filled. To be a better me. Psalms 138:8 Ebony

to make a difference in the life of others and to be a good example to my children so that they ultimately learn how to love, appreciate, and accept people from all walks of life -Carolyn Tallahassee,...

To develop a method of improving living and learning opportunities for families of limited means and exposure.

That my grandson's and their family will never have to experience or face racism