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My dream is to be happy, and to help other people be happy.
I dream that all men and women come to know the love of God; allowing this love to shape and mold their thoughts and actions in the world God has entrusted to humanity..... Rev. Michael C. Walker
My Dream Is To Defy The Negative Stereo Types That Seem To Be Tightly Bound To African American Males...
World Peace Love and Happiness Harmona
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???
One day we will really reach a point that a person is not judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. "One day"
That my AA sons may go anywhere + not be judged by the color of their skin. And, I pray for all of our AA Boys in America. May they find their purpose.
My dream is that every Mexican gets papers.
A world like Dr. King envisioned.
I dream that one day that all races will come together as one and work as an unit running smoothly. I dream that one day this world will rid itself of all hatred and selfishness...
That one day we will have love for all peoples and live in unity- friendly to the earth we live on and evermindful of our Creator's Will for us [illegible]
That my grandson's and their family will never have to experience or face racism
For all races to come and for all people to be happy.
My dream is…to raise my children in a world where peace, love, and prosperity are common place instead of the American Dream.
For all people and animals alike, may everyone unite to end hunger, abuse, pain and promote love, respect, equality and freedom.
That my children and grandchildren will realize that freedome is not free a prize was paid for our freedom.
to become a giver in society of takers. to become successful not for myself but for others who deny that they can do anything...
The other day I read a comment in the local paper regarding an evil done by one person to another...
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.
My dream is for all people immigrants and all too be equal and to be able to get the same jobs, education, and salaries as other americans.
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