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To live in a world identified by one Race...The Human Race. ...to live in a world of acceptance of others ideas & beliefs and live in peace and harmony. -why is that so much to ask???

A world of peace and love, exhibiting to every living being the love and example of Jesus Christ. By this, I mean I desire that people follow the Golden Rule, that no human being go hungry; that...

My dream to eliminate racism Angela

To end racism in the most worst places in the world. To give the power children a say in the world. Also Peace and prosperity. To make the world a better place. Sincerely, JXM

To live in a world where I am not defined by my race but by my character and aspirations -Kyra

For african americans to come together as one, to suceed, grow, build. To help pick each other up and help not tear down.

That all children will have equal opportunities in their lives.

that people begin to respect one another and care about one another that all children are provided with a quality education. No more poverty!

For my children, Husband fancy and community to be healthy, happy and safe - Shene

My Dream is that everyone get along and ban together to stop the violence.

I have a dream one day in my life time - Racisme will end. People will be judged by who they are not the color of their skin.

My dream is to become a fashion designer when I grow up. -Lanisha

for me and my family to live a healthy and prosperous life. And for racism to stop in this country

Black and white can play together and that we black will have just as much say so as everyone else

Pas'trelle S. To get African Americans to realize just how Blessed we are, and to stop taking advantage of all OPPORTUNITIES we have. I love being Black...

World Peace Love and Happiness Harmona

To be a doctor. Jorynn

To end all gang violence, and live in harmony.

to realize in my lifetime acceptance of human beings regardless of their race, ethnicity, class or sexual orientation that we might unite to combat injustice everywhere.